Aerial View Snowmen
Second grade started their aerial view snowmen this week. Projects like this almost always showcase the kids different personalities. There are usually some very neat and tidy ones, some cute ones,…
Warm/Cool Snowmen Paintings
In Art class, 3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange, yellow) and cool colors (blue, green, purple) while painting their artworks. I have seen this lesson all over Pinterest and am not sure of where the orginal lesson came from. Whom ever you are, thank you!
perspectief sneeuwpop knutselen. Foto geplaatst door Vlinder1972 op Welke.nl
Bekijk de foto van Vlinder1972 met als titel perspectief sneeuwpop knutselen en andere inspirerende plaatjes op Welke.nl.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
I don't know what's going on this year, but I am so excited about Christmas! I mean, I always am, but for some reason this year I just can't wait! :) In the art room we seem to run out of time to finish our Christmas projects, so this year I'm determined to get them completed before Christmas! Here's a little preview of what we're starting! Fourth grade began their poinsettia paintings by sketching the flowers. We started with a star in the center and then drew leaves from each point. Also…
Milk Box Lanterns • Recyclart
I made these "light houses" from used milk boxes. The little secret is that you have to make many little openings so the plastic inside will not be burned.
Shapely Snowflake Snowmen - Classroom Freebies
Shapely Snowflake Snowmen Review 2D shapes with your kiddo’s and create a lovely January bulletin board by making “Snippy.” Children choose a 2D shape that they want to fold and snip to create a snowflake belly for their snowman. The hatbands have traceable-shape words on them. You can also skip the snowman’s head and simply ... Read More about Shapely Snowflake Snowmen
We are doing a one day painting of a winter cardinal right now. The kids did an AWESOME job today! There is a certain cardinal that you might have heard of…I ‘m sure…that the kids know very well, and were very excited to talk about. They made the connection very quickly. I did not even bring it up! We started with a simple line drawing with black permanent marker. I modeled it with them, and they watched a video on youtube. We looked at lots of images of cardinal paintings…