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Kindergarten Art

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Pin by Emma Cross on Elementary Art | Christmas art projects, Elementary art projects, Christmas art

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Four Seasons Art Project for Kids

Grab this easy, fun, and adorable Four Seasons Art Project for Kids. This adorable activity covers spring, summer, fall, and winter seasons and it's the perfect time to introduce our four cycles!

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Kindergarten Self-Portraits

Kindergarten artists created these special self-portraits to give their moms for Mother’s Day. The artists learned that a self-portrait is a drawing or painting of themselves. I love the innocence of Kindergarten drawings, and knew their moms would love their drawings too. I struggled with directing the students too much so all the portraits looked the same, but directing them enough so they would have success with their portraits. I decided to take the students through an exercise of exploring their faces and bodies so they did not miss any parts. We pulled our shoulders up to see what we would look like if we didn’t have a neck and they thought that would look pretty silly! We also discovered that our eyes are in the middle of our heads, not our noses. After exploring their bodies, students eagerly began drawing their portraits while adding their own unique touches. After the portraits were finished and the tissue paper backgrounds were added, their classroom teachers helped them write notes and Mother’s Day wishes to their moms around the border. . This project meets the following Michigan Visual Arts Standards: Explore the elements of art through playful sensory experiences. Recognize that art can be created for self expression or fun. This project can be found on our online art gallery ARTSONIA Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services Entry Filed under: News From Mrs. Persch. Posted in News From Mrs. Persch Tags:Artsonia, Kindergarten Art Projects, line, Mother's Day, self portraits, tissue paper.

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make a super soft Polar Bear with Snowflakes {DIY chalk art} with Kindergarteners

"I just want to kiss and hug my bear!" exclaimed one of the kindergarten students. For real, me too. They look so soft and fuzzy. But they're not. If only we could snuggle up to a polar bear. I would be selfish to keep all of these adorable bears to myself. So I'm sharing... This is a super easy art project for kids at any age to experiment with chalkboard chalk. They can create and learn soft and sharp lines with smudging and smearing. These kindergarteners (80+) had such a blast with this art project. I loved it because they ALL created amazing polar bear faces and are artists in practice! Whatever we can do to get them to think, draw, cut, and glue - super good skills for any age. Here's what you need: black construction paper (main paper) white chalk small piece of black (nose) pencil scissors permanent marker hello there! Using the chalk, (try to use most of the paper with the face) DRAW A LINE starting near the bottom and all the way back down to create the head (we called it a full rainbow or upside down U). Then add the EARS on each side, same U shape. Next use the FLAT SIDE of the chalk to fill in the head and ears. Take your finger and SMEAR the chalk inside the head and around the edges to create a smooth and fuzzy surface. Draw little circles for snowflakes/stars and then smear a little bit to appear glowing. Next draw a triangle for the nose, round off the tips, cut out, and glue. With a permanent marker draw details for the eyes, ears, nose and mouth (a little jingle). Adorable Fuzzy Polar Bears Aren't they cute? I love kid art skills. Happy Bears

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Aluminum Figures in Action

Starting with an 18" square of aluminum foil we created action figures.  They are a busy group.

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Cassie Stephens

An elementary art teacher blog with art projects and lessons, DIY projects and outfit photos as well as clothing I have made myself.

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Favorite Winter Art Lessons!

It's December 1st! Which means it's time to embark on all sorts of fun, colorful and winter-y art projects around here! Today I'm sharing with you some winter-y greatest hits lessons that I've done over the years. Be sure and click on the link to each as many of these lessons have instructional videos...all free, of course! Let's kick things off with these black glue outlined stained-glass inspired trees my fourth graders created a couple years ago. If you need a review on line and color with an introduction into the world of stained glass, than this lesson is for you and your kiddos! Nothing says cozy like a delicious cup of hot cocoa! My second graders created these collage paintings inspired by the artist Heather Galler. This is a lesson I did last year with my kindergarten and they used Model Magic to create marshmallows! You can find this lesson right here. A HUGE hit with students and fellow art teachers alike is this project inspired by the artist Jen Aranyi. Check out the video and share in your art room! Printmaking and portraits make for a fun collage project in this lesson I've done with first and second grade! You can check out the details here. These kindergarten snowmen are the cutest! And they had a blast creating them. All the details (and a video!) can be found here. And if you think those snowmen are cute, check out these penguins! First grade created these and they are so adorable! Another video lesson for y'all! My fourth graders loved creating these snow globe cities. Read all about it and check out the video here. One thing I've really missed this year is having my students work closely together on projects like murals. We have been making it work tho! We recently created a massive school mural (oh, y'all, I cannot wait to share here!) and with some outside-the-box thinking and spreading WAY out, we have made it work. You can check out details on creating a winter mural here. If you are looking to add a little fiber arts to your art class this winter, you might want to try on these printed and stitched snowflakes on for size! Kindergarten snowy landscape collages are always a hit and cover so many lessons in painting, cutting and gluing! More here and here! Check out these snowflake reliefs! Always a fun one, details here. Need a bunch of lessons that are a little on the shorter side? Well then look no further as this blog post has plenty! Happy creating, y'all! Stay cozy!

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Easy How to Draw a Leaf Tutorial and Leaf Coloring Page

Inside you'll find an easy step-by-step How to Draw a Leaf Tutorial and Leaf Coloring Page. Stop by and download yours for free.

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Keisha Casiano on Twitter

“In love with these cute kinder projects. This was a great day to introduce cutting and glue. 🥰🥰 #NISD #arted @schluterelem #schluterstrong #arteducation #teacher #NorthwestISD #teachertwitter @NISDFineArts #kinderart #teacherlife”

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