18 avril 2014 Que manque t-il? Voyons, en ai-je bien fait le tour? Est-ce que je n'ai rien oublié?
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This collage project got a thumbs up from four kinder teachers yesterday. Just make sure you have the paper supplies cut to size first, and save it for the end of the year. Kinder skills advance so much in those few months. 1.
Here is part 2 of the inchie tutorial. We will be making these 3 inches, Canadian Shield, Atlantic, and Great Lakes region. MATERIALS REQUIRED:- wc paper inches cut to 3"x3"- scrap piece of heavy paper- white tissue paper- glue- green painter's tape- disk tempera paint- acrylic paint, black, white, red, yellow, orange- fine black and red sharpie- cotton Q tip- pencil- yellow and white oil pastels- white streamer- iridescent glitter glue Canadian Shield: Give each student a scrap piece of heavy paper. This can be scraps of wc paper, card stock, etc.
Pastels Plus Links to Tutorials We love pastels. Nana has taught us to appreciate how beautiful and easy it is to use them. We even keep them close so we can use them for our nature journal entries. I’ve had a few questions about what pastels our children use and where to purchase them. So, I went to the expert – Nana! Below is a suggested list of resources.
This week we revisited our Famous Artist studies, and added Monet to our list! If you’re new to our blog we’ve been using The World’s Greatest Artist series to take a mini-survey of various artists and their work. It’s a pretty low-key approach. We read the book. Look at the art. Then we make our own. Claude Monet Craft « The Crafty Classroom