Tape resist watercolor painting - a fun art project for young kids! || Gift of Curiosity

Tape resist watercolor painting

Tape resist watercolor painting is a class art project for young children. Use tape to create patterns on your paper, then paint between the tape lines.

Contrasting colors and line and design - LOVE how this turned out

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Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, sharpies to make low relief sculpture. Covers line variations, and color schemes. Good for Exploratory and Art I.

There is a lot of Ted Harrison love at the school these days.  Both Grades 2 and 3 are completing art projects based on his work.   Ted ...

make an inukshuk out of clay and paint the background There is a lot of Ted Harrison love at the school these days. Both Grades 2 and 3 are completing art projects based on his work.

Draw The Line At: Line Landscapes

Draw The Line - Line Landscapes (experimenting with different lines) - could do this with pastels, charcoal, paint etc- grade.

Artolazzi: Warm/Cool Snowmen Paintings

warm/cool color bkgrnd snowman winter portraits - love this for after Christmas

Line Caricature Portraits | One Day Art Projects | Design cartoon faces using only one type of line for each face.

First grade artists spent the first art classes this year learning about different kinds of lines. We looked around the art room and found .

Splish Splash Splatter: The Longest Line Drawings, sub idea for art gr 4-8

Great substitute lesson idea for art: Splish Splash Splatter:- ONE continuous line until paper is full. Then trace shape and color in monochromatic.- great variation on squiggle art.

Lines: can be used for various Mart and Art activities.  Part of the Elements of Design in the Ontario Visual Arts Curriculum is knowledge and use of line. Thank you, grade1derful.blogspot.com for the idea of the Anchor Chart!

Lines: can be used for various Mart and Art activities. Part of the Elements of Design in the Ontario Visual Arts Curriculum is knowledge and use of line. Thank you, for the idea of the Anchor Chart!

Objective:   Students will create a color wheel using one point perspective, accurate color placement and value      CA Art Standards...

Objective: Students will create a color wheel using one point perspective, accurate color placement and value CA Art Standards.

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