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Preschool Art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Preschool Art. Get inspired and try out new things.

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На уроке ИЗО рисовали снежинки восковым мелком и заливали акварелью. А на технологии вырезали полоски бумаги для оконной рамы и занавески из салфетки.

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Easy Pom Pom Painting Christmas Tree Craft for Kids

Create a Christmas Tree craft using a simple painting with pom poms technique. It's a great toddler craft.

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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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Winter Landscape Art for Kids

Looking for some beautiful winter art lessons to share with your children this season? If so, you are going to love this winter landscape art for kids. Using newspaper and a variety of different materials

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Printable Free tree template for easy kids crafts

This free tree template is perfect for making seasonal crafts for kids - or a whole four seasons craft! Free printable tree template that's perfect for kids crafts.

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Magic Salt and Watercolor Snowflake Art

I'm not an artist - so trust me - if I can make this painting, it has to be pretty easy! I HAD to try this art project just because it's fun. And cool. And sciency. (My browser is telling me that's not a real word... haha) This salt and watercolor snowflake art project actually teaches you something, and I LOVE that! I'll be the first person to raise my hand and admit, 'I can't draw or paint'. And trying to make me do either of those two things will make me want to hide my head in embarrassment. (I'm

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Four Seasons Art Project for Kids

Grab this easy, fun, and adorable Four Seasons Art Project for Kids. This adorable activity covers spring, summer, fall, and winter seasons and it's the perfect time to introduce our four cycles!

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What the Art Teacher Wore #204

An elementary art teacher blog with art projects and lessons, DIY projects and outfit photos as well as clothing I have made myself.

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10 Creative Influencers to Follow for Preschool Arts and Crafts Ideas

These up-and-coming influencers share amazing ideas for teaching our children through art, nature, and play. Also, their ideas are educational and fun!

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Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me

This craft is based upon the book Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me by Eric Carle. We began by reading the book, a lot! We re-read at least once every day that we did this craft. It was a great conversation starter about waning and waxing moons, and we even went into solar systems when one child asked me if the moon was bigger than the sun. We also touched on collage a little and how Eric Carle's pictures are all done using collage and paper. In this craft we only used collage for the moons, which the kids did collaboratively. We started by painting the sheet of paper. I gave them both green sparkly paint and blue sparkly paint and the just combined them and smeared them around as much as they wanted. I really like how the brush stokes added some twirls and lines! We then collaged a piece of paper with white tissue paper and a grey paper. Unfortunately I didn't get any pictures of that process. When it was dry I cut out the circles. The children then glued down the moon, stars, and ladder, which was small sized Popsicle sticks. I took pictures of the children from a ladder and added them on.

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