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1. Start with 9x12 white piece of paper 2. Draw either a circle, triangle or square in the upper right part of the paper (not all the way to the corner) 3. Draw echo lines or contour lines that follow the shape all the way to the edges of the paper. 3. Lay your hand down and trace it (I suggest getting your hand near the original shape) 4. Outline everything in sharpie
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This lesson is based on symmetry so as far as teaching kids cool subjects, this one is perfect. In my opinion, there is nothing more pleasing to the ear than hearing a six year old explain symmetry, let alone saying it. It’s a fun word…lots of syllables that when spoken correctly (or very near to it) earns a pretty respected look from parents and teachers. Kids LOVE this word. So now turn the word into creepy, strange, whimsical ALIEN and you have one hour of pure joy on your hands.
Monet Craft for Kids using your fingers, tempera paint, and masking tape...I love the idea of letting kids paint with their fingers, and appreciate the link to the original work of art included here. I also like the step by step directions, and the biography of the artist. What else could I possibly need?
1. Have the students start by drawing a horizon line, about 2" up from the bottom. Then the students draw a series of rectangles that are different heights, but share sides (buildings should look like they touch with no space between). 2. Starting at the