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Color It Like you MEAN it!: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Pinner said: Fourth grade began their poinsettia paintings by sketching the flowers. We started with a star in the center and then drew leaves from each.

Chinese Vase Painting from Deep Space Sparkle. Try with 3rd or 4th grade.    Using white paper, fold in half and draw half a vase. Cut along line and open up to reveal a symmetrical vase. Using blue paint and a small brush, paint chinese-like images on the vase. When dry, glue vase to background color. Use blue, white and yellow tempera paint, to paint different variations of flowers.

Chinese Vase Art Project

Interactive Dragon book display and craft table. Small white paper ...

Interactive Dragon book display and craft table. Small white paper plates and markers for dragon scales. Add each child's dragon scale to the body (already created) on board. Chinese new year activity

art project for the book zen shorts, however, I'm really more interested after I click on this pic and get I'm repinning this art to get to another art teachers class called Mary Making "Highlights From My Children's Art Classes. Hopefully, I am not offending anyone!?

Ink Blown Cherry Blossom Trees with chalk pastel background and Stillwater, the panda from Zen Zhorts and Zen Ties and Zen Ghosts by John J. Visual Art and ELA English Language Arts Lesson.

In the Art Room: Ming Vase Still Life with Third Grade

Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Ming Vase Still Life with Third ... (Cassie Stephens)

Ming Vases-this lesson has a ton of great vocabulary: warm and cool (watercolors used here), monochromatic vase, shadow, flowers

Student art of Van Gogh

Van Gogh for kids! Sweet Tea Classroom: Vincent van Gogh in the Classroom: Integrate Art and Integrate Fun

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