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Warm and Cool Leaves

draw a leaf with warm colors. background with cool Pastel oil, tempera block paint ans black crayon.

Symmetrical Warm and Cool Compositions 3rd grade - ArtMuse67

Symmetrical Warm and Cool Compositions 3rd grade (ArtMuse67)

Idea: yurn sideways for a landscape design. Symmetrical Warm and Cool Compositions grade

Third grade students observed and drew sunflowers in a composition that filled the space of their paper. Then, they applied layers of crayon, coloring heavily and blending colors. After wrinkling their paper to crack the wax, they applied paint and then rinsed it off to create a batik-like effect. Beautiful!

Students drew sunflowers from observation and applied thick layers of crayon. After wrinkling their paper to crack the wax, they applied paint and then rinsed it off.

1st grade - used watercolor paper and masking tape. Regular paper the tape will not rip off nicely. Then we painted primary colors with tempera paint and finally I had different squares of sticky tape pre cut that they stuck on

First Grade Mondrian Art - from What's Happening In The Art Room. Saw a variation of this where you outline in glue to keep crayons from going outside the lines.

She did these with K-5 and has step by step how to draw it with examples from each grade!

She did these with and has step by step how to draw it with examples from each grade!

Clay Owl on Night Sky -  Make a ball with the clay and flattened it. This created a flat circle shape. Peel in the edges on each side of the circle to create wings. Then the top of the circle was peeled down to create the head. Finally, we pinched the ears and added details such as eyes, a beak, and claws. When clay dries, paint owls. Lastly, the owls and branch were glued to the wooden sky (black board).  Add moon.

Crayola Model Magic Owls on wooden night grade-Art with Mr. Could do cut-paper owls or paper plate owls, too.

laughpaintcreate - symmetrical bug drawing/painting

"Big Bug", oil-paset and paints. lesson by laughpaintcreate: oil pastel

painted planets...play music in the background

Way back in October I was doing a music inspired lesson with grade. Graders spend I think a whole studying astronomy .

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