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The Ramblings of a Middle School Art Teacher

The Ramblings of a Middle School Art Teacher: Silhouettes, Clay Recap, Radio Updates, Paper Cranes Galor

I am thinking MS:  Have them pick a seashell (or some other natural object) draw it up close, Sharpie stressing thick and thin lines, watercolor paint primary colors, cut into 4" x 4" sections, remount.

I am thinking MS: Have them pick a seashell (or some other natural object) draw it up close, Sharpie stressing thick and thin lines, watercolor paint primary colors, cut into x sections, remount.

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Rex Ray

I had so much fun introducing Rex Ray to my students. His flowing geometric artworks were a lesson in balance of shape and color. Students painted their own papers and used wood paper along with printed materials. Rex Ray would be proud!

color art projects middle school | ... study in color grade level middle school adaptable to high school

Artist: grader named Shante ~ Medium: Crayon/ Colored pencil ~ Size/Tilte: unknown ~ This middle school lesson teaches kids value by using different colors, dark and light.

Middle School Art Lessons | Zentangle Castles with Watercolor Middle School Lesson | art ideas

Zentangle Castles with Watercolor Middle School Lesson. Ceremonial: Repetitive, simple steps are part of the Zentangle Method. These steps support relaxation, focus and inspiration. It can be a wonderful daily ritual.

fabulous lesson, mixed medium still lifes. I can't wait to do this one! The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle School Art!: 7th Grade

Fabulous lesson, mixed medium still life. The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle School Art!

7th graders started their quarter off with a project inspired by this Blick lesson  as well as the work of Andrew McCormick's students...

graders started their quarter off with a project inspired by this Blick lesson as well as the work of Andrew McCormick& students.

Less Talk, More Art: A middle school art ed blog: Tunnel books after famous works

Students loved turning a master work into a tunnel book in this hands on activity. Supplies needed per student: Art books to look for.

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