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
Remembrance Day Huichol Yarn Painting
Well I hope everyone had an awesome Halloween...we sure did! Now for the next project...On November 11th we celebrate Remembrance Day in Canada and our art projects center on this theme. The poppy is a symbol of Remembrance Day in Canada and it is our focus for this project. I initially did this project with Grade 2 several years back and it was a bit difficult for them so I recommend this project for Grade 4 and up. This project is based on Huichol style yarn painting. Materials Required…
Remembrance Day Canada - Classroom Collaboration Poster
Remembrance Day art project for kids. Collaboration group poster - each child colors one part of the poster to contribute to a large (approx. 35" x 42") poster.
Remembrance Day Mixed Media Project
Sorry I haven't been around much but I have been preparing for a conference..as well as planning for our annual Christmas Craft Day. So enough excuses here is a second Remembrance Day project. A mixed media Peace painting. This combines painting with some computer work and a little poetry so it's a great choice for Grades 3 - 6. Materials Required: dove template watercolor paper watercolor paint plastic wrap re positional contact paper fine markers or black pens glue printed computer work…
Poppies in the Art Journal (that artist woman)
Looking for a poppy themed art project for the art journal…..or maybe the bulletin board. This is a very easy poppy project, no special supplies. MATERIALS REQUIRED: - paper or journal page - referen
Peace, Portfolios, and Preparing for Parents!
I can't believe it's already November 17! November has been a busy time for me, and I'm sure it's been busy for you too! Here's a look at what's been happening in my class in November. Remembrance Day is always a reflective and thankful time for me. I love talking with my kids about our freedoms and why we remember. This year, I came across a post on Pinterest with some art projects inspired by Picasso's Peace Dove. (I'm sorry, I don't know the original link, if you're reading this, let me…