Where the wild things are Art Lesson - these are always fun.  Also can do tempera paint and then the next line add details with oil pastel.

Where the wild things are Art Lesson - these are always fun. Also can do tempera paint and then the next line add details with oil pastel.

I saw a version of this posted and decided to do my own take with my people.  I let them do the background, paste a silhouette of a dancer and the skirts are coffee filters.  I love what they did.

I saw a version of this posted and decided to do my own take with my people. I let them do the background, paste a silhouette of a dancer and the skirts are coffee filters. I love what they did.

toothpaste + aloe vera lotion from dollar store= batik resist to use on muslin fabric with regular (not washable) tempera

toothpaste + aloe vera lotion from dollar store= batik resist to use on muslin fabric with regular (not washable) tempera

Maybe I could do my own rooster for the kitchen....

Colorful Roosters: 4th Grade

CRAYON RESIST ART   What You Need:   •Crayons •Paper •Black tempera paint (watered down) •Paint brush   What You Do:   1.Draw a design or picture with crayons. Light colors work the best.  2.Make sure to press hard with the crayons so they show up under the paint.   3.When you finish your drawing, lightly brush black paint over the picture.     4.The areas of crayon will resist the black paint.

CRAYON RESIST ART What You Need: •Crayons •Paper •Black tempera paint (watered down) •Paint brush What You Do: 1.Draw a design or picture with crayons. Light colors work the best. 2.Make sure to press hard with the crayons so they show up under the paint. 3.When you finish your drawing, lightly brush black paint over the picture. 4.The areas of crayon will resist the black paint.

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