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1st Grade - Rainbow Fish!

This lesson is an original by Julie Werkman, who I student taught with 25 years ago. It is a great lesson for teaching the elements of art! Line, shape, color, texture, and value are all worked in! Any fishy book of your choice maybe the inspiration! First, we paint some light to dark blue waves on a large 18x24 blue construction paper for our fish bowl. I pre-trace the fish bowl on the back of the paper before the next class, then students cut out and add seaweed and rocks! After painting a 9x12 paper with rainbow, or just in a colorful way, we trace a basic fish shape on the paper. Students design their top and bottom fins, plus scales and tale. Once we cut out the rainbow fish, we glue it on and add some metallic smaller fish! I precut small metallic fish for everyone, students decorate and design their fish and glue them on! I add a tiny piece of cardboard to the back of the metallic fish, gives them a little pop out look. Finished!

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In the Art Room: A Winter Mural Collaborative

So this story of Winter Mural Collaborativity begins with a simple request from my amazing music teacherin' friend: to create a piece for the winter program. The making of this beast involved multiple grade levels with one incident of two classes working simultaneously and another where third grade created alongside kindergarten "buddies". Confused yet? Not as much as my art teacherin' friend Jennifer's daughter was when she popped by for a visit. "I just don't understand why this is on the floor!" Girl. At well over eight yards in length, it was the only place I had for it! But at least that meant there was plenty of room to spread out and paint! So just how did the kids create this masterpiece of monstrous proportions? Like, I mean, mammothly monstrous. It started when two of my second grade teacher buddies both had to be out for an hour. I offered to take their classes which they thought to be super gracious...what they didn't know was that I was gonna put their kids to work. We called it a Painting Party! The kids were to go to their usual seats but, because of lack of chairs, were told not to sit. They'd need to stand to reach the entire paper anyway! A pattern was started on their large bulletin papers by me and their goal was to finish the patterns. Once complete, I'd pull their paper off their table, ask them what color paper they'd like to tackle next and what they thought they'd like their winter-y pattern to be. After an hour, we had a dozen large painted sheets of paper. My music teacher buddy Kiera and I assembled the papers to create the landscape the day before Thanksgiving break. I even put that girl on painting duty, she outlined all of the hills! Sadly, no photos were snapped...but you can see a very similar process in this mural creation and this one! On our half day before break, I arranged for a kindergarten class to come at the same time as a third grade one. I did this mostly because my poor kindergarten kids have fallen a pinch behind due to scheduling. I thought it would be a fun way to catch them up. Little did I know just how much the third graders would LOVE working with their "little buddies!" Once all of my kinder and third graders were seated, I gave them the basics on building a house. Pick out two squares, cut one into a triangle, glue as the roof. Decorate. Add details. DONE. For my third grade kids, this was a larger version of the houses they created for the Houses to Help. By the end of the thirty minutes, we had a stack of these colorful beauties. When I told the kids that class was over, the third graders seriously said, AW! and hugged their sweet little friends good-bye. It was the cutest thing ever and I can't wait to do something like that again! On Monday of this week, back from break, I laid the mural out and had some second graders go to town painting some trees. It was a fun review of value (dif greens), shape (of the trees), texture (of the branches) and space (painting different sizes of trees). AND collaboration! Did I mention we played the music program songs the entire time? We got our practicin' in, y'all! Love them trees! NOT TO MENTION, the program was fabulous! Special thanks to Kiera for the awesome program (and mad painting skillz), my P.E. teacherin' buddies for helping me hang that masterpiece...and the young artists that made it all possible!

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ArtZ KiddoZ

Photos and descriptions of student art projects being created by Kindergarten through 6th grade students at Raymond Central Elementary School.

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Онлайн-школа рисования DaVinci — НОЯБРЬ 2017г | OK.RU

Фотоальбом НОЯБРЬ 2017г группы Онлайн-школа рисования DaVinci

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Textures on umbrella

Gli alunni della classe prima C presentano le loro creazioni! Abbiamo dedicato molto tempo delle nostre lezioni sul tema delle TEXTURES, osservando gli elaborati sembra che le conoscenze e le abilità siano state acquisite da tutti gli studenti... ragazzi, ora potete texturizzare qualsiasi cosa!!!!?? ; )) Per vedere le fasi del lavoro cliccate continua a leggere. DISEGNO UN OMBRELLO, LE GAMBE E LA POZZANGHERA... ...INIZIO A TEXTURIZZARE CON I PENNARELLI: OGNI VELA UNA TEXTURE DIVERSA! RITAGLIO LA SAGOMA INTERA, LA INCOLLO SU CARTONCINO NERO O BLU... CON MATITE O PASTELLI AD OLIO CREO L'EFFETTO PIOGGIA

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Celebrating International Dot Day!

" International Dot Day ", a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration, began when teacher Terry Shay introduced his cl...

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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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