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7th grade art

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Hiding Amidst the Reeds Maria B. Davis 2006 Was searching through Pinterest, of course, and came upon this delightful piece of art by Maria B. Davis. I loved it so much, and thought it was a wonderful segue into our value study with color. So, I used it as our inspiration... After great examination of the Elements of Art: line, color theory, value, and form, students created a unique abstract artwork consisting of loopy, curvy, organic lines that extend off the page, repeat, overlap and…

Positive and Negative Space

Want a break from your basic positive/negative space Notan project? This project not only covers positive and negative space but it also covers color theory and line variation. Teacher Sample Mater…

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Art with Ms. Lloyd: 7th grade 2-D: Printmaking!!! Posterize the photo first

Can you believe we only have 8 days of school left? Where did this year go? Looking back on all of the projects that we completed, I am very...

3rd Grade Name Puzzle...

Start with a 12x12 inch white sheet of paper. First, fold the paper in 1/2, then 1/2 the other way. Then fold all for sides to the middle. This will give you 16 equal squares. Next, write you name in big block letters. Your name must touch every box (even it its just a little bit). Paint the background with watercolors. You can choose to do it cool or warm colors, or complementary colors or you could just paint it with random colors. After the background dries paint your name in with black…

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Direct Variation self-checking Activity
This figurative language sticky note sort is a great differentiated activity for 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th grade students. Each figure of speech is color coded to allow for you to differentiate the activity for your students. Includes practice with hyperboles, metaphors, similes, puns, proverbs/adages, idioms, onomatopoeia, personification, and alliteration. These activities are available both as printables OR digitally!
No Prep Print and Go Independent Summer Review Packet for Middle School Students entering or exiting the 7th Grade. #printable #middleschool #worksheets @innovativet

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