"Name Skeletons"  If I teach 5th grade, I'm doing this!  Look closely:  students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body.  They added the head, arms, and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper!

For my teacher friends! Students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper!

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Another pinner said -Name skeleton! (If you turn your head to the side you can see it say's Ashley) My 3 year old I just did this and loved it. Can't wait for girly to come home and do one too!

BATTY SPONGE ART~  Lay your bat, or any other cut out onto a dark paper, and then sponge on your background colors.  This process could be used for any theme.

Bb is for bats! BATTY SPONGE ART~ Lay your bat, or any other cut out onto a dark paper, and then sponge on your background colors. This process could be used for any theme.

Kissat (leiketyö)

Halloween Art Project Cat Collage

Art Projects for Kids: Peek A Boo Cats. Simple halloween collage made from card stock paper found at craft stores.

Name Skeleton Art

How cool is this project? From The Kessler School website on Artsonia! add a dia de los muertos skull.

http://scrumdillydo.blogspot.com/2010/10/make-paper-plate-calaveras-masks.html

Cool Craft: Paper Plate Calaveras Mask With all the focus on Halloween I almost forgot another upcoming holiday: Dia de los Muertos. Looking for an easy craft that utilizes items you most likely.

1. Draw pumpkins with glue.  2. Use water colors to paint the colors.   Beautiful!

This looks like a great middle-school fall art project! from a faithful attempt: Glue Line Watercolour Pumpkins

Using cotton swabs, 3rd grade students constructed skeletons in an action pose based off the book Skeleton Hiccups  by Margery Cuyler.      ...

Using cotton swabs, grade students constructed skeletons in an action pose based off the book Skeleton Hiccups by Margery Cuyler.

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