Here's a drawing project that could be great for relaxation and expression, especially for teens!
Bird painting with circular colour tones.
DIY Cupcake Holders
Straw-blown hair portraits
Bug Jars. Talk about insects - maybe go on an insect hunt with magnifying glasses. Do sketches outdoors and then come inside so students can create their insect jars. I love the idea of displaying them like they're on shelves.
Launch your imagination along with these awesome inventions. You can soar across the sky amid hundreds of hot-air balloons!
Knikkerbaan altijd leuk. Maar zelf maken met materialen die toch in huis zijn is extra leuk.
Eerst met zwarte wasco over cd gaan, dan met potlood tekenen en wegkrassen.
Stap voor stap maken van Afrikaanse maskers - goede uitleg, wel in het Engels
Tekenen en zo: maart 2011 - could try using overlapped magazine strips to make
pennenbak van wasknijpers, ook leuk als regenton bij een poppenhuis
6th Grade-Op Art Kids would like doing this. @DeMaris Henderson-Gaunt Cleland - thought of you!
One-Point Perspective Art Lesson
Struggling with teaching one-point perspective? This drawing lesson is super easy and offers lots of opportunity for your students to be creative and expressive.
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I do like those reverse peg hot plate curves, they make a very different table eye catcher. The candle holder are not my cup of tea but stillhave a cool "retro" touch to them. Both shouldn't be to hard to make either ;)
Abstract Art Cat
Turn a simple drawing into an Abstract Art Cat by dividing the page into quarters, and changing colors. Color neatly with oil pastels.
Cityscape- Chalk on black paper (cut out city stencil from tagboard/posterboard) Grades 3-6
Mardi Gras Masks - Gr. 4 or Gr. 5
Watercolor Klimt Tree
Klimt Tree-pencil tree outline, use black sharpie, make trunk and limbs thicker as desired. Blotch watercolors and let dry.
"longest line drawing" fill paper with one long line, draw shapes on top, color each shape with a monochromatic color scheme color pencils