Mrs. Meledki's 3rd grade Tuesday Art (Above) Arooba, Devyn & Evy Mrs. Hall's 3rd grade Friday class (Above; Armondo, Ava & Connor) Mr. Cramer's 4th grade Friday ArtClass (Above: Arnez, Lisa M., Preston, Kirsten & Ali) Madison & Sabrina (above), 4th grade McMillian's class Mrs. May's 3rd grade Wednesday art Above; Adrianne, Adriana R. Supplies; thick paper, thick Sharpie, washable markers Knowledge; concentric circles, contour lines, line variety, color blending, watercolor control. Draw…
Farmland landscapes using perspective
I did this lesson with seventh graders, most of who have not learned anything about perspective drawing. This was a wonderful introduction to perspective drawing & landscapes. I would recommend it for 5th-7th grade. We did a 1 point perspective worksheet first. The use of soft pastel on colored construction paper is no fail. I love setting the kids up with a project that is destined to look great. Students had to draw a landscape and include crop lines some how. Tracing in sharpie before…
5th Grade Mexican cacti!
5th graders thought about the vocab word genre and considered the multiple genres that are used in art history. We created out own still lifes with real cacti and drew them making sure to think about the art element of space and overlapping! We utilized our blending skills and our talents with pattern and balance when designing our patterned pots.
The Elementary Art Room!
Fifth graders recently studied the Aztec Sun Stone in Art class. The Aztecs lived in Mexico from around 1300-1500 AD. They worshipped the sun because it provided life to all people. They carved a huge stone disk, three feet thick and almost twelve feet in diameter that is now known as the Sun Stone or the Aztec Calendar. When the Conquistadores arrives, it was buried after no one was able to destroy it. In 1760 it was found buried in Mexico City and is now in the Museum of Anthropology in…
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Kachina dolls- Construction paper folded in half then students added wavy edge cut on pencil while folded. Shapes where then added and the fold was used for line on symmetry. Students focused on geometric shapes, outlined with oil pastels, then painted with tempera paint.
You need: for prints: colored paper 14 by 14 cm for background: colored paper linoleum 12 by 12 cm carbon paper lino knife flat piece of glass block printing ink lino roller lino press glue The painting The chair is from 1888 (The National Gallery, London). View this painting and discuss it using elements of art. What do you see? What stands out? What do you on the chair? What can you say about the perspective? What materials did Van Gogh use? What do you think about the colors? Do you like…
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Cowscapes -fifth and sixth grades from Randolph Elementary Schools
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Cool Art, Warm Walls - Sharon E. Hines
I am always moving my wall art around trying to find the perfect spot for it, which means I'm always patching nail holes. Oh, who am I kidding? I let