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This would be a fun project for kids in the first week of school.

Oodles of Art: Falling back in Space Portraits! trace hands and feet and fill in self portrait

This could be fun for any age group I would think

Math meets Art: Symmetry Self-Portraits. Showing students how symmetrical they are! Have students cut out picture of themselves and then cut in half. Students are then able to draw the other half.

puzzle-geri-donusum

I HEART CRAFTY THINGS: Fall Tree Craft this could be a great idea of something to do with the puzzles that we have that are missing pieces. Paint and glue.

I do this every year with 2nd Grade.  We read the story, "The Hello, Good-bye Window."  The students love this project.

Artsonia Art Museum: Window Self-Portrait - Second Grade. do after reading "Hello, Goodbye Window"

Self-Portraits Blowing Bubbles - push a pink balloon through a hole in mouth and inflate for bubble gum.

Jenni Horne Studios: Musings From the Art Room Self portrait blowing bubble gum

Owl Preschool Learning https://www.amazon.com/Kingseye-Painting-Education-Cognitive-Colouring/dp/B075C661CM

"Spotted Owls" made from splatter-painted paper. Classroom theme wise as an owl

End of the Year Projects - Mrs. Ts First Grade Class

End of the Year Projects (Mrs. T's First Grade Class)

End of the Year Projects or could be used for good-bye to summer vacation - Mrs. Ts First Grade Class

A "how-to" for creating hanging displays for school art shows - inexpensive way to show students' works

Excellent How-To for a hanging art show! The BEST idea ever to get lots of teachers involved!

Georgia Folk Artist, Howard Finster, self portraits by Third Grade-http://2soulsisters.blogspot.com/2016/02/howard-finster-kinda-fun-with-self.html

Howard Finster Folk Art Fun with Self-Portraits

Georgia Folk Artist, Howard Finster, self portraits by Third Grade-http://2soulsisters.blogspot.com/2016/02/howard-finster-kinda-fun-with-self.html

Students created these wonderful snowmen in class. Students objective was to create a snowman with a fun (and Tall) hat. Students used markers to draw their snowman on the first day. On the Second day they used bright color paint to fill in the four equal squares of the background. The last part of the project was the best. Students dipped their fingers in white paint to add the snow.

Students create a snowman with a fun (and Tall) hat. Day Students use markers to draw their snowman. Day use bright color paint to fill in the four equal squares of the background. Day Students dip their fingers in white paint to add the snow.

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