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3rd grade art lesson

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As an art teacher I am always looking to change out a lesson to just do something different or more exciting. The internet has been such a r...

As an art teacher I am always looking to change out a lesson to just do something different or more exciting. The internet has been such a remarkable source of inspiration for all of us. And that is where I found this lesson a few years ago when I was looking for another way to teach my students about warm and cool colors. I found this lesson here on There's a Dragon in my Art Room, a blog written by Phyllis Levine Brown. I've had the opportunity to meet up with Phyl during NAEA conferences…

Introduce Klee’s works and teach about warm and cool colors.  Use watercolor paints, scraps of watercolor paper and a waterproof marker.

Students learn how to practice drawing quick rectangular shapes and paint warm and cool colors into those shapes using Paul Klee art inspiration and

Relief sculpture, color theory, left over paper art, strip recycling, movement, balance, positive and negative space, lines: horizontal, vertical, diagonal, wavy, ..., ......

The 3rd grade is just finishing up this lesson on Radial Symmetry. In their classroom, they learned about symmetry so we are taking that information and using it in art. 1. The students first trace a...

Funny cups painted with tempera!  This is a good exercise to learn how many textures you can paint with tempera colours, and how many ways there are to use use a paintbrush. Enjoy! paint the backgr…

Funny cups painted with tempera! This is a good exercise to learn how many textures you can paint with tempera colours, and how many ways there are to use use a paintbrush. Enjoy! paint the backgr…

2nd Grade art projects hidden hands | Art with Mrs. Hurley: Warm and Cool Hands-- Third Grade Art

Third grade used warm and cool colors and pattern to create these tempera paintings. The students viewed artwork by native people and how their hand print was not only a record of who they were or where they had traveled, but also a way to sign their art. The students each used their hand prints to sign their paintings. Notice how the warm colors (red, orange, and yellow) advance and the cool colors (blue, green, and violet) recede? This color effect creates an optical illusion. The boys and…

Ton Schulten is one of my all time favorite artists! I discovered him years ago when I found a calendar full of his paintings when visit...

Ton Schulten is one of my all time favorite artists! I discovered him years ago when I found a calendar full of his paintings when visit...

Paintbrush Rocket: Ton Schulten 3rd Grade Cityscapes

Ton Schulten is one of my all time favorite artists! I discovered him years ago when I found a calendar full of his paintings when visiting the Toledo Museum of Art. I was hooked! I love his amazing colors and abstract style. I created a Prezi of his landscape and cityscapes to share with my classes, (Ton Schulten Prezi). I find it very interesting how he adds lots of vertical lines to his landscapes, a composition usually created with more horizontal lines. This lesson was a COLOR VALUE…

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