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grade 6: We did a discussion about features of robots - what is typical to see, how to draw a curved line (with little attached pieces that gradually curve.) Students were allowed to go in whatever direction they wanted.  To paint them, they used silver tempera paint. Following that, they used white and blue paint to shade the robots.  Once they had dried for a bit, students outlined them and added final details. They shaded the exterior portion using grey pencil crayons.

grade 6: We did a discussion about features of robots - what is typical to see, how to draw a curved line (with little attached pieces that gradually curve.) Students were allowed to go in whatever direction they wanted. To paint them, they used silver tempera paint. Following that, they used white and blue paint to shade the robots. Once they had dried for a bit, students outlined them and added final details. They shaded the exterior portion using grey pencil crayons.

5th grade elementary art - teaching foreground, middle ground and background

5th grade elementary art - teaching foreground, middle ground and background

Middle School Chemistry Activities: Curds and Whey: A Milky Experiment

Curds and Whey: A Milky Experiment

Middle School Chemistry Activities: Curds and Whey: A Milky Experiment

artisan des arts: Long time...

artisan des arts: Long time...

Elements of Fourth Grade

Elements of Fourth Grade

3rd Grade - Pop Art Doves - Line - Oil pastels on Sulfite

3rd Grade - Pop Art Doves - Line - Oil pastels on Sulfite

Pop Art Portraits.

Pop Art Portraits

Pop Art Portraits.

scrumdilly-do!: Make Paper Plate Calaveras Masks!

scrumdilly-do!: Make Paper Plate Calaveras Masks!

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