Autumn Art Activity and Lesson Plan for Kids: Autumn Leaves
Art project about autumn leaves. For first grade and up. The students learn how to draw a leaf with warm colors. Pastel oil, tempera block paint ans black crayon. Evaluation rubric included.
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Skyline on color gradations
On a double chromatic gradation painted with acrylic paint, was pasted the skyline of a city cut out from a black cardboard. The color gradation was painted starting from a central yellow stripe, w…
Ted Harrison Art and More! - Whimsy Workshop Teaching
A completely free lesson from Art History For Little Ones featuring the art of Ted Harrison. Step by step instructions and student examples. Whimsy Workshop Teaching
Silhouette in color gradations
An interesting exercise on gradations has been made in classes of grade 8° by combining a background and a silhouette painted with gradations in complementary colors. First the students have painte…
Sun and Moon in warm and cool colors
I thought of a imagine to match the feelings of “temperature” given from warm and cool colors. The idea has brought of this work, with a sun and a moon. The sun evokes the heat, the fir…
So for the past two years I've done a watercolor resist landscape like this, but this year decided to add an art history element & introduced Henri Rousseau. Rousseau's artwork is great for primary age children because there are so many hidden details and interesting textures and colors. First, we painted blue/violet watercolor paper (but first we added snowflakes or stars with white crayon) then a green/yellow one (with grassy lines). On day 2, draw a horizon line and then rip into pieces…