Grade 3 Art

Collection by Giselle Preece

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Color Wheel for Elementary Students     I’ve found that most color wheels are either too complicated (lots of sections and subsections) or too simple (three overlapping balloons) for your average elementary student. My solution is to make my own, and also diagram primary, secondary, warm, cool and complementary colors. You can download a copy for free HERE (new link). Enjoy!

BE ART SMART

ART VOCABULARY Art Elements & Principles (Prezi) The ELEMENTS and PRINCIPLES of art/design are the building blocks used to create a work of art. The Elements of art/design can be thought…

Positive & Negative Space Collage

Positive & Negative Space Reversal Collage

Positive & Negative Space Reversal Collage. Art Lesson on Symmetrical Balance and Space in Art. Create a positive and negative space collage

Färglära åk 4

Dags för FÄRGLÄRA -13

Vi har under två veckor pratat om grundfärgerna PRIMÄRA och SEKUNDÄRA. Det finns många bilduppgifter när det gäller att göra ett färghjul eller en färgcirkel men min ide är hämtad från pinterest.c…

Visual Arts is definitely not my forte, but I do however enjoy it. I know some teachers hate glue and supplies and anything that can make a...

Easy-Peasy Visual Arts Lessons

Visual Arts is definitely not my forte, but I do however enjoy it. I know some teachers hate glue and supplies and anything that can make a...

The 5th graders have been working on creating a MONOCHROMATIC Color Scheme using Tints and Shades . Each student selects one color and then adds either white or black to that color. Add white to make...

Tints & Shades

The 5th graders have been working on creating a MONOCHROMATIC Color Scheme using Tints and Shades . Each student selects one color and then adds either white or black to that color. Add white to make...

I was looking through some old posts to get some inspiration for a Halloween art idea and I realized I never posted one of my activities f...

Positive Negative Halloween

I was looking through some old posts to get some inspiration for a Halloween art idea and I realized I never posted one of my activities f...

Picture

Texture and Value

Part One: On a blank sheet in your sketchbooks, re-create the still-life of this pear in pencil. Think about the light source and where the light is coming from. Using your colour wheel, choose...

Everything looks better in color, right?  Even a rainy day!!  2nd grade has been learning about the color wheel!  We've discussed analogous...

Color Wheel Umbrellas

Everything looks better in color, right? Even a rainy day!! 2nd grade has been learning about the color wheel! We've discussed analogous...

Contour Line - Mrs. Cook's Art Class

Contour Line

A contour is the line which defines a form or edge - an outline. Contour drawing is the place where most beginners start, following the visible edges of a shape. The contour describes the outermost...

Monochromatic lesson.

Monochromatic Paintings

Our 4th graders were studying the color wheel, mixing colors, and color theory. We created these paintings in one class period, believe it or not! I gave the students a 11"x11" piece of paper and instructed them to draw 4-5 geometric shapes on their paper using a black marker. Next, I walked around the room with my paint tray and let each student choose 1 color of paint to use, plus white and black. Then I demonstrated how to paint each space with either a tint or a shade of their color. In…

Split umbrella into 12 equal segments for color wheel and painting project! Two requirements in one!

Rainbow Umbrellas

My friend and fellow art teacher shared this super eye-catching project at our last art teacher meeting and I believe it can be found at her blog, Color It Like You Mean It! :) I am doing this proj…

WATER COLOUR PAINTING WITH SINGLE COLOUR: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

WATER COLOUR PAINTING WITH SINGLE COLOUR

WATER COLOUR PAINTING WITH SINGLE COLOUR: Water colours are the easiest to work with. The best way to practise working with them is to create simple paintings with grades of a single colour. Beginners normally do not understand the tones a single colour can create therefore they end up usin…