The Cutest EVER 'Student-Made' Holiday Gift Ideas for Parents!
Positive/Negative Shadows - 1st or 2nd?
Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints. The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students.
Modern Art Christmas Free Printable colouring sheets - colour to show or to hide the "hidden" Christmas shape in the pattern!
Paint a background for the Christmas trees with water paint. Use different colours and let them blend into each other. Use plenty of water for nice bright colours.Outline the trees with silver or gold marker. Draw a simple branch structure. Draw the strains with brown pencil or use the metallic pins. Draw snowflakes with a white (correction) marker Paste artwork on colored background. Sprinkle glitter on forest floor.tear pieces of music paper and paste
Dessiner un lapin graphisme, modèles et gabarits - nafeusemagazine.com/
Students are given instructions to provide 3 different perspectives of the same snowman.... Their drawings collaged make a really striking picture! I wonder if I could do this with my 6 children: each of them draw their own perspective of say, the manger scene...or star...or some portion of the Christmas story. Collage it for a Christmas card!
It's a nice colored pencil/ shading/ teaching value lesson. Medium blue construction paper is used for background, and color is added with a darker shade of blue for the shadow side and white for the lit side. Students can choose any colors for accessories and snowflakes can be added in the sky.