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Kindergarten Art

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

How to Draw Leaves Tutorial and Leaf Coloring Page

Learning how to draw a leaves gets easy when you start with a step by step tutorial. Place them in a grid for a pretty fall drawing.

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“In love with these cute kinder projects. This was a great day to introduce cutting and glue. 🥰🥰 #NISD #arted @schluterelem #schluterstrong #arteducation #teacher #NorthwestISD #teachertwitter @NISDFineArts #kinderart #teacherlife”

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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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Starlight Pumpkins | Art Project for the Fall Season | Deep Space Sparkle

Teach children how to draw from observation with these beautiful, glowing pumpkins. Follow this multi-step pumpkin art project and download my free handout

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Draw More Activities

Encourage creative thinking and drawing with these 20 'draw more' activity pages. Students will finish each drawing by using their imagination and ideas.Included in the pack are 20 single worksheet pages:draw more leaves and bugsfinish the snail traildraw more spidersturn the circles into anythingdr...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving ! 6 x 6" Torn paper Collage on 1.5" Gallery wrap canvas. For more information on this piece please click here

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Kindergarten Owlets

Kindergarten Owlets I love starting off the school year with a Kindergarten project centered around ripping/tearing paper. These owlets are so fun and unique! This project took two forty minute art classes to complete. First, we drew a large oval to create the owlet. Next, we drew ears and wings. Then we ripped brown paper and glued it down to create feathers. Finally, we added details such as eyes, legs, and a beak. Wow! These little artists are working hard!

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Fork Painted Monsters

These colorful, furry Fork Painted Monsters are perfect for the fall season, as a Halloween craft, but monster crafts are great any time of year.

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1st Grade - Rainbow Fish!

This lesson is an original by Julie Werkman, who I student taught with 25 years ago. It is a great lesson for teaching the elements of art! Line, shape, color, texture, and value are all worked in! Any fishy book of your choice maybe the inspiration! First, we paint some light to dark blue waves on a large 18x24 blue construction paper for our fish bowl. I pre-trace the fish bowl on the back of the paper before the next class, then students cut out and add seaweed and rocks! After painting a 9x12 paper with rainbow, or just in a colorful way, we trace a basic fish shape on the paper. Students design their top and bottom fins, plus scales and tale. Once we cut out the rainbow fish, we glue it on and add some metallic smaller fish! I precut small metallic fish for everyone, students decorate and design their fish and glue them on! I add a tiny piece of cardboard to the back of the metallic fish, gives them a little pop out look. Finished!

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