Collaborative art projects for kids
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When everyone contributes a little, the results are pure magic!
Sophie Derosa saved to 5th ELA classroom
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Vickie Jensen Black saved to Art Lessons
Collaborative projects! Collaborative projects are one of my favorite things. I love them at the start of the year and the end. I love doing them with the whole school or just a grade level. I love using songs, themes, artist-inspiration...you name it. I just love collaboratives! We've done a TON over the years and I thought I'd put them all together in one big ole blog post. So, here you go: my 20 Favorite Collabortive Projects. Be sure and click on the links, many of these have how-to…
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No Glitter Please saved to Kids canvas art
This was an interesting project to watch as it came together. Kindergarten completed large watercolor resist art pieces. I painted the big black lines and they filled in. I didn't give them specifi
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Heather Shaub saved to Art Lesson plans
Art projects that are fun for kids and bring in big bucks for your school auction!
It's been a total joy collaborating with 8 to 12-year-old kids from Orakei School. I think we've managed to create something uniquely kiwi with these three artworks.
Kim Davis saved to art projects
5th grade art auction project, inspired by Pinterest, of course. We cut squares of 140 lb. wet medium paper and the kids used acrylic paints. The squares were glued on to a large canvas.
Each student was given one page to color with either crayons or colored pencils. They could use any colors or combinations that they wished. When they were all done, they cut out each Collaboration Square. The squares were put on a table and an attempt was made to group them with 3 others of similar colors and style. Not alway easy. The four matching squares were glued on various colors of construction paper. The completed pictures were hung in the hallway of the school for about a month. At…
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