Posts Tagged: 3rd grade

3rd Grade: Thinking Machine Scratch Art

How do thoughts get made?  That is the question that prompted this lesson.  I had the third grade students brainstorm ideas as they prepared their scratch art surface by first coloring a blank sheet of paper with colorful crayon marks

3rd Grade: Thinking Machine Scratch Art

How do thoughts get made?  That is the question that prompted this lesson.  I had the third grade students brainstorm ideas as they prepared their scratch art surface by first coloring a blank sheet of paper with colorful crayon marks

Gala Art: 3rd grade landscapes

A very colorful galla project! Each student created a square by reproducing an abstract section of a sketch and adding a variety of patterns in warm and cool colors.  They used oil pastel and watercolor to achieve super vibrant colors. 

Gala Art: 3rd grade landscapes

A very colorful galla project! Each student created a square by reproducing an abstract section of a sketch and adding a variety of patterns in warm and cool colors.  They used oil pastel and watercolor to achieve super vibrant colors. 

Ceramics Day 1

The after school class worked with clay yesterday.  It was so much fun!  We focused on building pinch pots and coil pots in our hour and a half class.  I love how personality can be expressed through clay.  Each student

Ceramics Day 1

The after school class worked with clay yesterday.  It was so much fun!  We focused on building pinch pots and coil pots in our hour and a half class.  I love how personality can be expressed through clay.  Each student

3rd grade paper mache, finished!

After three class periods working on paper mache fictional animals, the kids finished yesterday! Yay, and they turned out so well!Materials we used: for the skeleton: small paper cups, balloons, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, masking tape, foil. for the skin:

3rd grade paper mache, finished!

After three class periods working on paper mache fictional animals, the kids finished yesterday! Yay, and they turned out so well!Materials we used: for the skeleton: small paper cups, balloons, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, masking tape, foil. for the skin:

White

White, originally uploaded by a_stlkr.

White

White, originally uploaded by a_stlkr.

Jabbour

Jabbour, originally uploaded by a_stlkr.

Jabbour

Jabbour, originally uploaded by a_stlkr.

Kent

Kent, originally uploaded by a_stlkr.

Kent

Kent, originally uploaded by a_stlkr.