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Homeschool - Art


Homeschool - Art

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drawing for beginners, learn how to draw, free art book

Fun and basic perspective drawing lesson

★ How to Make Drawing a Part Of Your Life | Daily Creativity by Keeping a Sketchbook ★

Glue a piece from magazine let kids expand an image with their own details.

ArtMommie: Young Explorers Class

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giant paper mache mask tutorial

100 Free Art Lessons at Hodgepodge - Art for All Ages - Chalk Pastels Acrylics www.hodgepodge.me

Pastels Plus Links to Tutorials

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watercolor techniques

Brilliant ideas for watercolor techniques

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Intro to pastels for kids: blending with oil pastels. Free activity sheet and a teaching video to watch!

Homemade natural watercolors made from real flowers - This experiment is amazing!

Natural Watercolor Paint from Fresh Flowers ~ Learn Play Imagine

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Heather Galler folk art.

artsy-fartsy mama: DIY Wax Paper Lantern

DIY Wax Paper Lantern

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how to make paper mache decorative bowls

3-D hand art

5 Summer Kid's Crafts - Part 2 - Ribbons

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journal planner / colors / creative / cute!

12 Free Art Journaling Courses to Stretch Your Creativity - Irreversibly Moi

Line Art Leaves, #Lesson #plan Project can be done with elements and principles in mind to reinforce student knowledge of them

Art Journaling

cd case for bean art

Mini Matisse: ReUse!

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Project unica: Stuck in Bean World

Project unica: Stuck in Bean World

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Craft Lobby: Bean mosaic art

Craft Lobby: Bean mosaic art

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green and white floral art using BEANS - cool!

Bean Art Tutorial - Just Between Friends

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winter portraits

Working 4 the Classroom: An Art Project, Because....Spring Has Sprung!!

Plaster hands - fun!

I love this blogger's attitude, she says "More than anything, I'm trying to show my kids that there isn't one "right way." '