And the theme is…. i:dream! Sightsavers and the Royal Academy Schools invite you to take part in the seventh annual Junior Painter of the Year Awards using the theme i:dream. We are once again encouraging teachers across the UK to share their pupils’ amazing works of art with us, with winning entries to be displayed in one of the most prestigious galleries in the world – the Royal Academy of Arts!
This web site provides K-12 teachers with high-quality teaching resources that bring the excitement of the visual arts into the classroom. You’ll find lesson plans, idea cards, glossaries, and many special features. Some of these, such as Kentuckians in the Visual Arts and the galleries associated with the programs Looking at Painting and Ellis Wilson—So Much To Paint , are directed at students as well as teachers.
Artcyclopedia Visit now This is another cracker.
www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page Written by : Stacey Glover [Stacey is a teacher at Euper Lane Elementary in Fort Smith, AR] Grade : K-6
Jul 14 by Cindy Hopper This is a super simple sandpaper printing technique that will keep your kids busy and make one cute shirt! The best part about this fun little craft is that the supplies were bought at the Dollar Store, even the T-shirt!
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Lovely bright Christmas cards available from ‘Debbie and Sarah do Christmas’ Made from recycled paper and a helium baloon that came down in our garden! Do come and buy yours before I get hold of them and send them all them to my friends and family! Like this: Like Loading...
Once you have been persuaded that keeping a sketchbook will be a rewarding activity, and you have made your sketchbook, it’s time to start thinking about what kinds of activities might take place in a sketchbook, and how you can use it. Drawing is a fundamental “sketchbook” activity, but we want to make sure that ALL the activities which might take place in a sketchbook, notebook or journal are equally valid in terms of enabling an exploration and externalisation of thought processes. The more ways we can think of to work in a sketchbook, the greater our vocabulary, and the more accessible (in terms of the number of people it appeals to) the sketchbook becomes. Sketchbooks can be visual or textual – most are a combination of the two.