Magic Crayon Leaf Rubbing Watercolor Resist
This simple leaf rubbing project is a new twist on an old favorite. This leaf art takes simple materials and a few minutes to create this bold nature art!
Draw a Flower- A Colorful Directed Drawing Exercise - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Make drawing a flower easy with this directed drawing exercise. Students will draw a flower with this step by step video drawing lesson!
Printmaking for kids with markers
Marker prints are easy and the kids think they are magical. Chances are you have the supplies- all you need is a Styrofoam plate and some washable markers. Very little prep work is required, and the results are awesome! Use this one day printmaking method to explore a variety of subjects.
Kindergarten Paul Klee cats
Kindergarten artists read the book inspired by Paul Klee called, "The Cat and the Bird." We also looked at the images in the Paul Clay's book entitled, "Animal Tricks." We talked about the art elements of line and shape and used to them to create our own Paul Klee inspired cats. We also reviewed the art elements of shapes, lines and colors. We used shapes to draw the cats, lines to create a line pattern, and cool colors to use in the background. We used cool colors to create line patterns in…
Come creare delle matrici per stampe multiple - fai da te [tecnica linoleografia]
La linoleografia è una tecnica di stampa artistica di immagini e grafiche su carta, cartone o stoffa mediante l'uso di una matrice ricavata per
Oil Pastel Drawing in Reverse - The Kitchen Table Classroom
This oil pastel drawing lesson is an easy way to explore the element of line. The reverse drawing process is a little magic and so fun!
In the Art Room: Super Star Sub Plans and my NAEA Presentations
Hello, friends! I've been packing and preparing for my upcoming trip to Chicago for NAEA and I'm so excited. While I do love me some art teacherin' conferencing, I don't love the multi-day sub plan preppin' it entails. The subs I've lined up are super-fab and I know they will have fun creating with the kids. However, they aren't art teachers by trade so I do like to have sub plans that are not only easy for them to follow but ones they can do with all my classes. This means less confusion…