Poppy Mixed Media
Well this is the Remembrance Day project I have come up with for this year "Mixed Media Poppies". Tape off your watercolor or white sketch paper for that nice finished edge and then paint in your background color with disc tempera. While the paint is still wet cover with a layer of plastic wrap and smoosh it slightly. Leave in place until dry. While your background is drying work on your poppy papers. You want a few types. In this one I'm using thicker liquid tempera and patting it in with…
Pinwheel Poppies – A Remembrance, Armistice or Veteran’s day activity
Both my boys take part in the annual remembrance parade as Cubs and this year it is the 100 anniversary of the start of World War One. This has really captured the boys imagination, so we made Poppy Pinwheels. Remembrance Day, Armistice Day or Veteran’s Day as it is sometimes called is Novembe…
2nd Grade Poppies in Perspective
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…
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.
Remembrance Day Frame - Portrait
This poppy frame - available blank or lined - makes a stunning surround for your Remembrance Day writing projects. Younger children could draw their own picture inside then colour in the poppies.
made by student of grade 1 You need: drawing sheets A5 size crayons liquid watercolor paint brush Draw two the same insects and color them with crayons: one with cool colors, the other with warm colors. Paint the background with dilluted watercolor paint: warm colors for the 'warm' insect, cool colors for the 'cool' insect. Element of art: color.