Spot of Color
Second grade studied perspective to create these stunning poppy paintings. They first drew a horizon line on either light blue or light gray paper. Next, they painted red "lips" starting at the bottom with the largest and ending at the horizon line with the smallest. Once dry, they used black oil pastel to add the black centers. Using light green and dark green oil pastel, they drew lines to represent the grass and stems. To add just a small amount of detail, they painted (or drew with oil…
Kindergarten Poppy Fields (Carella) from Brunswick Acres Elementary School
Check out student artwork posted to Artsonia from the Kindergarten Poppy Fields (Carella) project gallery at Brunswick Acres Elementary School.
Poppy Inchies (that artist woman)
I recently completed these Poppy inchies with a Grade 5/6 class in honour of Remembrance Day. The students made all 4 and then picked their 3 favourite to be mounted on 1"x 4" boards that are cut in 1
2nd Gr. Poppy Field Paintings Inspired by the Wizard of Oz (Hoens) from Brunswick Acres Elementary School
Check out student artwork posted to Artsonia from the 2nd Gr. Poppy Field Paintings Inspired by the Wizard of Oz (Hoens) project gallery at Brunswick Acres Elementary School.
Painted Coffee Filter Poppy Craft - Happy Hooligans
This poppy craft is quick, easy and beautiful. These painted coffee filters look so real, and they're simple enough for toddlers and preschoolers to make!
Anzac Day - Poppy Templates
A handy resource for war remembrance days such as: ♦ Anzac Day ♦ Remembrance Day ♦ Armistice Day ♦ Veterans Day 10 Different Designs: Great for making wreaths and other craft activities. Made on A4 size paper. 12 poppies per #craftactivities
1st Grade Fields of Poppies
This lesson was inspired by wonderful art teacher Susan Tiedemann from South Brunswick, NJ. Take a look her 2nd graders working on their poppies! First graders really were able to understand the concepts of background, middle ground, and foreground along with how to use size to make things look farther away and close up. We started this lesson by working on the Smartboard. I used Notebook software to create a green field and poppies in a variety of sizes - tiny, small, medium, and large…
Veterans Day is very important at our school. We have a big assembly every year to honor those who have served for our country. All of the students write essays, poems, learn songs, and create artwork and then we invite Veterans to the school to enjoy the performances. It is always a great experience for students, the Veterans and their families. I am in charge of directing a patriotic art project for each grade and then hanging up the artwork in the multi-purpose room. I was so proud of all…