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I had the children follow a simple step-by-step drawing process. We used oil pastels and tempera paints to add colour and then printed a simple border using found objects like pieces of cardboard and blocks etc.

Idea by Hannah Hendrickson, Art Teacher. Examples of Kindergarten buildings! Kindergarteners glued popsicle sticks together to create buildings. Once dry, they painted them using tempera paint. They then traced their buildings onto black construction paper, cut them out, colored them in using oil pastels, and glued the paper and buildings together.

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Robot Drawing Prompts - Free Printable

Robot Drawing Prompts - free printable via PickleBums.com Katie #KidsArt2014 #KidsArt #kidsprintable #printables #kids #childrens #kidsdrawing #sketchbook

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Picture Books About Art ~ Painting and Drawing

16 Art Picture Books About Drawing and Painting~Click through for the full list and summaries of each book.

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Laminated Pastel Drawings

Weve been experimenting with laminating pastel drawings.

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Art Lesson: Picasso Face Roll and Draw Sheets

Picasso Face Dice Drawing Sheet

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Drawing to Music with Children

VISUAL ART/MUSIC: Drawing to Music with Children

Klimt Scratch Art: an art class project inspired by Austrian painter Gustav Klimt's 1909 painting 'Tree of Life'. Seen on the blog of a Western Australian artist and art teacher, at http://useyourcolouredpencils.blogspot.ca