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Les petits poissons dans l'eau... - ribambelles

nagent, nagent, nagent, nagent, nagent... Nous avons utilisé une nouvelle technique trouvée sur le blog "du côté de chez Delph"...

Elements and Principles of Art Jeopardy Game Jeopardy Template

Elements and Principles of Art Jeopardy Game Jeopardy Template

A mark with length and driection, created by a point that moves across a surface., Any three dimensional object that can be measured by height, width and depth., Smoothness, roughness, softness in visual, Lightness and darkness

color worksht 5th grade

Color worksheet for 5th graders

Here is a worksheet I whipped up for my fifth graders today. We are starting large scale paintings in which students will have a choice of color scheme. Since we have studied all of these color com…

DIY Optical Illusion Wooden Gems from Fabric Paper Glue here. You only need three colors of paint for each color of gem - white and black be...

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DIY Optical Illusion Wooden Gems Updated 2019 To Make these DIY Optical Illusion Wooden Gems, you only need three colors of paint for each color of gem - white and black being two of them. Really good tutorial for mixing your shades of paint plus these wood rectangles are so cheap at at any craft store. Find the tutorial for these DIY Optical Illusion Wooden Gems from Fabric Paper Glue here. *EDIT* After I posted these DIY Optical Illusion Wooden Gems on truebluemeandyou, cw.art was…

All About ME: A back to school unit with lots of partner activities. Could also be adapted to the Elements/Principles of Art...

All About ME! A Back to School Unit - Susan Jones

I have finally been working on some school stuff! I wanted to take some of my favorite back to school activities and put them into one pack. While we are reviewing different math and literacy skills from Kindergarten, I like to throw a bunch of get to know you activities in the mix. The activities […]

Beachball Scavenger Hunt with the Elements of Art & Principles of Design

Beachball Scavenger Hunt with the Elements of Art & Principles of Design

Helping kids learn the Elements of Art & Principles of Design is easy when you make a game of it! This activity is adaptable across a wide range of ages… I’ve used it from 1st grade through high school by customizing my questions or directives for the students I’m using it with. Whether you have just a few …

shine brite zamorano: hip to be square.

hip to be square.

The 5th graders are going retro this week. Some with a sculpture project and others with a collage project. 3 classes are creating space invader wood block sculptures that are inspired by the video game and the sculptures of Jason Torchinsky. The other 3 classes are creating abstract collages inspired by the geometric forms from minecraft and other 8-bit video games. Both projects have been big hits. A few things to think about... 1. Make sure, when starting a grade level sculpture project…

Ways to Create the Illusion of Space

Ways to Create the Illusion of Space

Visit http://thevirtualinstructor.com for more free art lessons. Learn six ways to create the illusion of space on a 2D surface in this video.

2 pages of the basic core content needed to teach K-5 grade art in Kentucky. This is perfect to send home to have students review, use in their sketchbooks to reference to or just use as a guide when teaching. Elements of Art Principals of Art Purposes o

Art Review Sheet (memory sheet) from Mrs. Clause's Creative Classroom on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages)

Art Review Sheet (memory sheet) from Mrs. Clause's Creative Classroom on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages)

Ocean Bulletin Board Ideas | Fishy” Fun! | Back To School Bulletin Board Idea Kindergarten project color mixing/color families

"Fishy" Fun! - Back To School Fish Themed Bulletin Board Idea & Craft

Adapted from photo @ kids-finelines.blogspot.com We love this bulletin board designed by Christie, elementary art teacher and creator of the blog, Fine Lines. While the design was originally created to display her students' artwork following an exploration in color mixing {check out the original display at Fine Lines or down below}, we think this bulletin board would be a great compliment to any early childhood classroom ~ especially if you have an "Under the Sea" theme in mind! "Fishy" Fun…

Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists: Secret Code Collage: Auguste Herbin (2nd grade)

Secret Code Collage: Auguste Herbin (2nd grade)

I was excited to find a new inspiration piece for my second grade lesson on geometric shape when I came across the captivating work of French artist Auguste Herbin online. I was really surprised that I wasn't familiar with this artist, since I'm a big fan of nonobjective, colorful art. Many artists call this type of work "Art for art's sake," because it doesn't have to represent anything other than the interaction of elements like color, shape, and space. Adding to the excitement, as I read…

Happily Ever After...An Art Teacher's Fairy Teal: Birds of Color

Birds of Color

Kindergarten students learned about the 6 basic colors, order of the rainbow and basic shapes (circles, triangle and square) in this project! Check out their colorful birds below!

Art Projects for Kids: Marker Line Leaves

Marker Line Leaves (Art Projects for Kids)

I find a lot of inspiration at stock art sites like gettyone.com and istock.com. This came from a leaf illustration, which is simpler than it looks if you pencil yourself some guidelines first.1. Star

Art with Ms. Gram: Color Mixing Trees (1st)

Color Mixing Trees (1st)

The inspiration for this project comes from Beth Carter's blog, "It's Art Day". The first project I decided to do with my first graders this year was a primary/secondary color mixing review/learning it again for the first time because they don't remember anything they learned in art last year. :) We started out by reading "Monsters Love Colors" by Mike Austin and reviewed/learned how the primary colors red, yellow, and blue can be mixed together to create secondary colors (and beyond!)…