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    Line, warm and cool colors, complimentary colors, Op Art, 3rd grade

    We have used a black pen to outline drawings before they paint them with watercolors, but we have never tried using black glue. Like the added texture.

    warm hand colors, cool background colors. They trace their hands onto circle background and then color. Great illustration for our being the hands and feet of God while teaching about color theory.

    Joe Schmoe says: I really enjoyed the transition between ROYGBIV in this piece, complementary colors are never next to each other

    I am adamantly opposed to coloring sheets, but this might be okay to leave for a sub. Students could use warm colors on the top and cool on the bottom to reinforce the difference between warm and cool. 2nd and 3rd grade.

    The students of Stockley Academy discovered the harmful effect that duck-weed and blue green algae is having on the Huangpu River, and through the process of felt making they created concentric circles to represent this. www.riversofthewo...

    Circle onto grid, branches onto circle--just make sure your two color schemes are sufficiently cotrasting, then go for tints and shades

    Warm/Cool Colors Homeschool Art Lessons- w/ printable.

    Create a line image with crayon and then paint with warm or cool colours

    Robot Ice Cream Cone 8x10 Fine Art Print. $20.00, via Etsy.

    Water Color-I did these 9 years ago when I taught, so strange to see ideas I used from my head on someone elses pin board, from another art teacher.

    Glue resist spider web. Could get similar effect (and would be simpler with less mess) using a white crayon instead of liquid mask. For watercolor background, coat page with light coat of water, then saturate brush & drip around paper (repeat with 1-2 other colors), then swirl around w/ wet brush. Add spider at end after dry with black paint and draw legs w/ Sharpie.