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Art Lesson: Lines & Shapes

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Greens and mints

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Wet yarn with glue, arrange on wax paper, allow to dry~Moon~by Elaine Carstairs Beautiful. I suspect the children would have a blast creating this, and then tracing it.

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Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

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Art at Becker Middle School: Tin Foil Line Relief

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Line project

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Wahoo for Art!: Bad Hair Days!

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Wahoo for Art!: Bad Hair Days!

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Bubbles: 1. First students traced as many different circle shaped objects I could fine!! 2 They added at least two shineys to each bubble 3 Then colored the bubbles using oil pastels, and making sure to leave at least part of the bubble black to make it look transparent

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smART Class: Floating on to ___ grade!! End of the year project!

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Lego printing - looks like it would be great for printing houses and other buildings! - printmaking architecture line shape

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SJS Art Studio: Architecture: 2nd Grade Castles

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Fine Lines: Kindergarten Collaborative Shapes using 6"x6" square paper, crayons, primary and secondary colors, brush, and water.

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Fine Lines: Collaborative Shapes

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Another version of the aluminum foil glued over yarn colored with Sharpie marker composition

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4th and 5th graders...PLUS some good art lesson examples at the site

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