UN PENNELLO UN PO’ SPECIALE
Eh si, avete visto bene… i miei bimbi non stanno pitturando con il solito pennello, ma con un semplice cottonfioc. Su di un cartoncino bianco ho disegnato il tronco di un albero e con la matita ho fatto un cerchio, dove i bambini si sono sbizzarriti a fare dei piccoli pallini con questo particolare timbro. Questo è il risultato! Un coloratissimo albero autunnale. Con questa creazione partecipo a... P.S. Care creative vi annuncio che dal prossimo post inizierò a mostrarvi le mie creazioni di…
Pop Art! Candy Paintings
We had a lot fun studying real candy prices as our inspiration for our Pop Art Candy Paintings. Tempra paint and black Sharpie outlines added emphasis and strong lines. The 12" x12" paper created a cropped effect as well. Yum!
The Dallas Museum of Art has a wonderful Monet Painting in a beautiful gold frame which inspired me to create this lesson for our Big Art Day which is fast approaching in Texas schools. For our Big Art day this year I have a Theme....Circle Art! Themes are the way to go when organizing events. I love this new lesson that was inspired by one of my favorite artists, and two favorite bloggers: Painted Paper and Cassie Stephen's who also use themes. I ordered the 10 inch cardboard circle rounds…
How to Make the Cutest Fall Hedgehog Craft
This cute paper leaf hedgehog craft is perfect for fall! Kids of all ages will enjoy using the printable hedgehog template at home or school.
March Art Activities
March art activities featuring St. Patrick's Day fun for classroom teachers, art teachers, homeschool parents and anyone interested in March art activities.
Pointillism Art with Q-tips and Watercolors
Pointillism art with Q-tips is one of our standby, super-easy-yet-interesting activities and watercolors work great for it!
One Point Perspective! and zebra progress!
A few weeks ago, we finished these one point perspective watercolor paintings. The kids did an awesome job. We started with a simple horizon line with an “X” from corner to corner passing through the vanishing point. We looked at different architecture and examined the structure of a tree and the pattern of its branches. Some are cities, some are rural, and all are so very different, I wish I could post them all! Some kids made a river instead of a street and we looked at pictures of Venice…