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Meet The Creative Part of Me : Farverige mola mønstre lavet af 5. årgang

Meet The Creative Part of Me : Farverige mola mønstre lavet af årgang

3D Hand Art

This doodle gives the simple idea of tracing your hand a whole new meaning. Look closely at all of the inspiring quotes inside! A new spin on Op Art.

12.31.11 FINISHED!

30 Days of Drawing – 12.30.11

Splish Splash Splatter: Positive/Negative Pumpkins

Another way to introduce zen tangle.line patterns, positive/negative. DIY Halloween activity for kids.

Easy art idea for relief days!

Name Art---Each student started the project by drawing a bold and page-filling design of their name. Each name was then divided into 16 squares, and cut apart. The name instantly became 16 tiny abstract designs featuring positive and negative space.

one-point perspective: under the sea. the lines should get closer together as you get further away.

Lesson on perspective/marine life. Would be neat to teach after a trip to the zoo (if they have a tunnel like this)

Reflections! Draw a set of building in markers, spray bottom half of paper, fold paper so that the half you drew on is facing UP (NOT folded inside so that its directly touching the water), then give it a light rub and, voila! Reflections. Grades 1-3

Color top half with Crayola markers. Spray bottom half with water. Fold paper and press. Incorporate this with a lesson on transferring. Perhaps maybe tie in water reflections?

Pop Art! Candy Paintings I think this would be too hard for my kids but would look cool at Halloween or Valentines day

Art at Becker Middle School: Pop Art!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 paper created a cropped effect

Árboles Navidad

This looks so festive - I like the way they are all so colorful and lined up - - - Christmas Trees. That would be a beautiful school art project idea. {Sorry no link, but such a GLORIOUS project! Add link if you know it}

5/6 - Optical Illusion Drops  Students measured a grid, then added circles and bent the grid lines to create an illusion.

This one is fun, I think I'll make something like this for our create assignment. Optical Illusion Drops Students measured a grid, then added circles and bent the grid lines to create an illusion.

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