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Superhero Art Projects

Collection by April Campagnoli Barlett

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T's First Grade Class: Mondrian Spider Art cool twist on a classic Halloween Art Projects, Fall Art Projects, School Art Projects, Mondrian Art Projects, Halloween Fun, First Grade Art, 2nd Grade Art, Art Plastique Halloween, Piet Mondrian

Mrs. T's First Grade Class

Click HERE to Print Monster Clues. I gave each student a list of guidelines they had to use to create a monster, when they were finished I mixed up the papers and they had to find the monster that matched the clues. It was a fun way to end a busy week! We also learned about symmetry. The students used the Amaziograph App to create symmetrical monsters.

upcycled art recycled art project using cardboard, black acrylic paint and oil pastels----Beautiful! Superhero Art Projects, Recycled Art Projects, 6th Grade Art, Cityscape Art, Cardboard Art, Collaborative Art, Middle School Art, Art Lessons Elementary, Texture Art

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Cardboard Cityscape art project - use card board & popcicle sticks. Paint all black & then use oil pastels for color.

I like how this combines onomatopoeia with self portraits. Too complicated? Lake and Hartville Elementary Art: Grade Pop Art Style Portraits Self Portrait Art, Pop Art Portraits, Portrait Ideas, Marker, 6th Grade Art, Fourth Grade, Sixth Grade, Primary School Art, Ecole Art

4th Grade Pop Art Style Portraits

Fourth grade artists explored the colorful cartoony world of Pop Art through exploration of Pop Art painter Roy Lichtenstein. Students used his same techniques of primary colors, comic book subject matter, text, thick black outlines, and BEN DAY DOTS to create an eye catching comic book style self-portrait! The students created a two-dimensional work that demonstrates awareness of space and composition by filling the page with their self-portrait and text bubble. Students identified…

Kunst in der Grundschule: Wolkenkratzer aus Zeitungen Art in elementary school: skyscrapers from newspapers, # elementary school Collage Kunst, Collage Art, Arte Elemental, Ecole Art, Newspaper Crafts, Arts Ed, Recycled Art, Art Classroom, Art Club

CITYSCAPES

Great way to re-cycle old newspapers. Incorporate into city/country themes with Town mouse and city mouse.

 Self-Portrait as a Superhero Superhero Art Projects, Fall Art Projects, Drawing Projects, First Grade Art, 2nd Grade Art, Painting Lessons, Action Painting, Ecole Art, Art Activities For Kids

Gr. 1: Self-Portrait as a Superhero

WEST MIDDLETON ART SMARTIES: Gr. 1: Self-Portrait as a Superhero (colored pencil, Sharpie outline over action painting)

Art project: Who's Behind That Mask? Could be an interesting way of teaching kids about how people sometimes feel differently inside than they show outside. Art Therapy Projects, Cool Art Projects, Therapy Ideas, Self Portrait Art, Portrait Ideas, Portraits, Superhero Art Projects, Elementary Art Lesson Plans, Hidden Art

Who's Behind That Mask?

Materials: - White Drawing Paper - Practice Paper - Oval Tracer - Pencils - Black Marker - Markers/ Colored Pencils - Brads - Scisso...

Grade Art with Mrs. Kindergarten Projects, Classroom Projects, Superhero Art Projects, Superhero Classroom Theme, 2nd Grade Art, Art Curriculum, Kids Artwork, Art Lessons Elementary, Art Lesson Plans

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Award-winning Art Educator and Speaker featured in Scholastic, IncredibleArt, Homeschool Top 100, Family Friendly HQ, Artastic, Metrowest, The Sun, and more!

Kids Who "Hate Art": Make Your Own (Giant) Comic Strip Comic art. Inspire your reluctant artists with a giant comic strip art project. Inspire your reluctant artists with a giant comic strip art project. Comic Kunst, Comic Art, Comic Books, Comic Book Crafts, Activities For Teens, Art Therapy Activities, Library Activities, Dinosaur Activities, Summer Activities

For Kids Who "Hate Art": Make Your Own (Giant) Comic Strip

Comic art. Inspire your reluctant artists with a giant comic strip art project.

super hero portrait paintings - how fun. study the colors used in super heros (mostly primary colors) - great lesson for real life application Classroom Art Projects, School Art Projects, Art Classroom, Classroom Themes, 2nd Grade Art, Second Grade, Superhero Classroom, Jr Art, Kindergarten Art

super hero portrait paintings - how fun. study the colors used in super heros (mostly primary colors) - great lesson for real life application

Onomatopoeia art with a Superhero Theme - great art project for helping expand word choice & developing diction Middle School Art, Art School, High School, Doodle Drawing, Hansel Y Gretel, 6th Grade Art, Ecole Art, School Art Projects, Superhero Art Projects

Onomatopoeia art

It's been a while since I've posted a project - it always seems to be that I'll have a couple of weeks where we are "in process", then sudd...

Funny pictures about Guitar Heroes. Oh, and cool pics about Guitar Heroes. Also, Guitar Heroes photos. Guitar Hero, Crossed Fingers, Geek Out, The Villain, Caricatures, Akita, Doctor Who, Heavy Metal, Avengers

Guitar Heroes by biotwist on DeviantArt

I couldn't find anyone to print this so I'm selling it my self. T-shirts and other crap also available at Society6 [link] Guitar Heroes

 Could build up to it. Do a watercolor painting, one to one roll the die activity for window on the buildings. Self portrait for hero. Teacher Idea Factory: super heroes No true link from here. Superhero Preschool, Superhero Classroom Theme, Preschool Art, Art Classroom, Superhero Writing, Super Hero Activities, Art Activities, Super Hero Crafts, Super Hero Art

SUPER POST-OPEN HOUSE THEME - Teacher Idea Factory

Three years ago I ran with a superhero theme during the second to the last week of school. It provided just the right “hook” for my kiddos. For some reason I got off track and have overlooked it in the past few years. What was I thinking (or not thinking for that matter)??!! Well, not