Posts Tagged: art
Paper Bag Puppet: Treasure Map: Pop-Up Card: Paper Plate FireWorks: Paper Cup JellyFish: Paper Bag Purse: Fridge Magnet: Finger Puppet:
This was a rotating paper class project. Each student started with a blank piece of paper and was given 30 seconds to draw an animal part, then, after 30 seconds, they would pass their paper to the right. After about
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
Last week the 1st grade students collaged some super colorful birds! They used painted craft paper created from a previous lesson (focusing on inventing textures and patterns with stamps and tempera paint), scissors, and glue.
A few weeks ago, my students and I made Jam Jar Lanterns in the Art Cart After School program. Made using tissue paper, modge podge, jewels, and black puff paint, these jars transformed into beautiful works of hanging art.
Last week we started work on the Mural in the Kinder playground. It’s looking good so far! The Kinders did a great job, and stayed relatively clean (which surprised me…I on the other hand had paint everywhere!) With parent help,