5 Solar-Powered Crafts and Activities
Let shadows be your child’s guide for this activity. In the morning (8 a.m.) or late afternoon (4 p.m.), place a table in a sunny spot where long shadows will be cast. Unroll paper (Easel Paper Roll, $14; alexbrands.com) along one side of the table, and arrange a variety of objects along the paper’s edge. Have your child trace the shadows with markers.
After drawing gestures sketches of our classmates, we picked our favorite to turn into a sculpture. The artist Alberto Giacometti influenced us. We added shadows to give them more dimension
would be a super fun project for Art Club! - could have students trace their bodies in motion on butcher paper- the cut out, paint a black outline, and we will tape up to the wall and ceiling
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Exploring Shadows – The Pinterested Parent
Spread the loveWhen I heard the weather report for this weekend, I was overjoyed. I could not wait to get outdoors with the family. I asked my daughter what she wanted to do & she wanted to…Continue Reading…
Use Cardboard Cutouts to Spell Out Upside-Down Shadow Words
Here's a creative idea that we love - cut out giant letters, gather up some friends, and spell out words with shadows! Justin Swindle, a student at Brooks
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Shadow drawing is an awesome art process for young artists of any age. Considering shapes and positive & negative space are all part of making shadow art!