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It’s natural for young artists to draw small, so directing them to touch the edge of the paper really opens things up. This formula will work with all kinds of media, and creates a lot of big spaces that are easily colored or painted. 1. Draw a nose line in the middle of the paper, make it as long as your finger. artist Picasso artist Picasso
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Are you an art historian, archaeologist or conservator? Look at a Trello Board of most needed content and "claim" an essay to write! If something important is missing, let us know. Contact us to be added to the Trello Board: beth[at } or steven[at ] We anticipate more than two million visitors from around the globe for the fall 2013 semester. Let's make sure strong, global art history content is freely available to students everywhere! Smarthistory: a multimedia web-book about art and art history Smarthistory: a multimedia web-book about art and art history
If you're new here, you may want to join us on Facebook or Google +. Thanks for visiting! Introducing the Great Artist to my kids is something that has been on my agenda for a long long long time. My kids are only 4yrs and 2yrs old, so of course there is still plenty of time. However, this hasn’t stopped me buying lots of wonderful art books for children (amongst our current favourites are Kate and the Mona Lisa and Anna’s Art Adventure), as well as going on trips to art galleries (our most memorable trip being to the very welcoming Tate Britain, but also a couple of visits with Granny to the Royal Academy). Now I am keen to “up the ante”. Blog Archive Exploring The Great Artists - 30+ Art Projects for Kids Blog Archive Exploring The Great Artists - 30+ Art Projects for Kids
Easy Olympic Crafts For Kids | No Time For Flash Cards - Play and Learning Activities For Babies, Toddlers and Kids {Hello! If you are checking us out for the first time and like what you see you can subscribe here and get new ideas to play and learn with your kids daily. } If you have been reading here for a while you have probably heard me explain why I am so attached to the Olympics. If not I’ll catch you up. My grandma was an Olympian and even though she died before I was born I have always felt extra close to my memories of digging through the trunks of her memorabilia whenever I could including her Olympic silver medal that always told me in it’s own way that girls could do anything. All of this to say I love the Olympics and making Olympic crafts to celebrate ! Easy Olympic Crafts For Kids | No Time For Flash Cards - Play and Learning Activities For Babies, Toddlers and Kids
Kids Get Arty: Exploring Klimt Kids Get Arty: Exploring Klimt If you're new here, you may want to join us on Facebook or Google +. Thanks for visiting! Welcome to the first of “Kids Get Arty” series. This were Red Ted and I start exploring The Great Artists together.
Pattern Weaver | Journey Into Unschooling Pattern Weaver | Journey Into Unschooling I love repeated patterns and, as a child, was always fascinated with the ones made by connecting opposite sides of dots on paper. You started off with a line of dots on either side of the paper and connected the bottom ones from one side to the corresponding top ones on the other side. I wanted to make a toy that would allow LS and company to explore various line designs similar to those.
Make Chalk Rocks and Homemade Chalk Board Paint I recently saw these Chalkboard Rocks from Pottery Barn that you can write on with chalk and thought…”I can make those!” So I did! I had been wanting to paint something with chalk board paint (which has been all the rage on the craft blogs the past several months) to try out a homemade chalk paintrecipe I found while browsing Martha Stewart’s site a while back. So I set out to make chalkboard paint. Home Made Chalkboard Paint Make Chalk Rocks and Homemade Chalk Board Paint
Culture Craft Kids Culture Craft Kids Available Classes Examples Japanese Kabuki Masks Students will learn about the history of Japanese Theater with a focus on Kabuki Plays. They will learn about the Actors who are responsible for of the creation of the many colorful characters that have formed a beloved part of Japanese history, and are still cherished by the Japanese today.
Craft a vintage-look Kissing Dangle for Valentine's Day Traditional kissing dangles will liven up your Valentine’s Day party, or just hang around like mistletoe when you need a smooch. No doubt you have heard the old Dutch saying, "If you kiss under a dangle, your hearts will entangle." No? Well, it is true nonetheless. All it takes is vintage images of couples in love, a few cupids, beads and string. Craft a vintage-look Kissing Dangle for Valentine's Day
Are you looking for free homeschooling resources? Here is an extensive collection of free homeschool resources for free online homeschooling. You can use these websites to design a free homeschool curriculum or supplement an existing program. Art Artist Workshop - Free drawing lessons kids will love. They can also e-mail the artist to ask questions that will be answered on the website. Free Homeschooling Resources
Art Curriculum for Homeschools & Classrooms — Meet the Masters It has been proven that art education can improve student scores in core subjects up to 20%! For over 25 years, the Meet the Masters Public and Private School program has brought the world of art to millions of children. For nearly 10 years, this renowned art curriculum program has taken top awards nationwide in the art education category for homeschooled children. Three Easy Steps Meet the Masters is easy to teach; no art background is necessary.
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Proyecto de arte: Pintores famosos y autorretratos En Sala Amarilla estamos trabajando en un proyecto de arte, comenzamos con la lectura de imágenes de autorretratos realizados por artistas plásticos de distintas épocas y distintas corrientes, para culminar con la creación,por parte de los niños,de sus propios autorretratos utilizando espejos y fotos. A lo largo del proyecto realizaremos actividades que conducirán a una observación más profunda y analítica del propio rostro y de los otros, puntualizando aspectos como la forma de la cara,la nariz,la boca y las diferentes expresiones. Se utilizarán distintas herramientas para el dibujo (carbonillas,lápiz negro, pasteles) y para la pintura (témperas, acuarelas, pinceles de diversos grosores) Esta propuesta persigue la idea de la plástica como otro lenguaje que puede ser enseñado y aprendido y que permitirá al niño expresarse, comunicarse y conocerse.
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La vida y la época de Frida Kahlo . Guías Educativas El documental La vida y la época de Frida Kahlo presenta al espectador una amplio rango de temas que van más allá de la historia de la artista y su pintura. La guía educativa de esta sección, ha sido desarrollada para asistir a profesores de High School y College, al igual que para padres y representantes, en el uso de la historia de la vida de Frida como punto de partida para indagar en la cultura e historia mexicana, el arte moderno, el rol de la mujer durante el siglo XXI y ver a Frida en un contexto amplio de la Cultura y de la Historia. Diseñado para alumnos de 10mo. y 12do. grado para las lecciones de Lenguaje, Estudios Sociales y Arte, las lecciones dentro de esta guía ayudarán al estudiante en el entendimiento de la vida de Frida, así como también, sobre otros temas como lo son la cultura e historia mexicana y los movimientos artísticos y estilos del momento. Igualmente, estas actividades pueden adaptarse con facilidad para el nivel de College.
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