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Tumbling Blocks. This might be a good project for sewing on the train.

line, shape, architecture...Not sure that this wasn't done by a teenager or teacher or something, but it is a whimsical cut out that reminds me of some of my own work.

Shape pack with craftivities for 11 shapes!

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The Longest Line....Make one continuous line and then add shapes and color only the shapes. I believe there is a book by Davis with this assignment (the Line workbook?)

Texture lesson May try this with sharpie (instead of india inks) and smaller paper for little ones.)

This is amazing - so cool! Value/Perspective

What makes this work, besides the tight color relationship in the blues, is the outlining of the multiple layers. This could be a handsome project for very young children if you control the palette when they create the papers.

Shape poems for kids ....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

I'm not sure about folk art's fascination with bird cages. Is it about capturing something beautiful that sings? I like to see the door open, symbolizing freedom from oppression, free to move, etc. But these little stinkers don't even have doors, much less floors. Just a bunch of lines. Doesn't art have to say something, or mean something, to be art?