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The Crafty Classroom Learn to Draw Tutorials for Kids Print and enjoy our Learn to Draw Animals pages for kids of all ages. Kids can use our step by step... Here's a collection of our "learn to draw" activities for Spring. Children can follow... Kids can have fun with these printables with which they can learn to draw Autumn pictures such as... Kids can have fun with our learn to draw tutorials for winter pictures - a pretty snowflake and a... Kids can learn to draw favourite flowers with these printable step by step tutorials. Here's something fun for keeping the kids busy! Learn to draw the goddess Lakshmi and the elephant-headed Ganesha for Diwali using our simple step... Here's a fun activity for the kids this Halloween! Fun printable learn to draw tutorials for kids with a Thanksgiving theme! Learn to draw a selection of birds with our fun drawing tutorials, which teach kids with a simple... Just for fun, learn to draw your own Saint Andrew and Loch Ness Monster on St Andrew's Day! Here's an activity that will keep the kids busy!
Learn to Draw Animals Print and enjoy our Learn to Draw Animals pages for kids of all ages. Kids can use our step by step illustrations to discover how to draw all sorts of animals and build up their skills and confidence in the process...plus they are just good fun! You could build up a whole folder of these printable pages for rainy days - teachers might even want to laminate them and keep them ready as a time-filler or reward. And of course many of them tie into classroom themes, too. We have over 80 of these animal drawing pages so you are sure to find one that appeals! Explore our learn to draw animals printables below... By special request, save yourself a lot of clicking and grab all our learn to draw animals, birds, bugs and sea creatures in one easy download! Learn to draw this cute chimpanzee just by following the steps and copying carefully. Whether you are looking at African animals, primates or even Ancient Egyptian Gods, use our learn to draw a baboon guide to add some fun. Kids love meerkats!
Paper Plate Black Cat - Halloween - Monthly Seasonal Crafts www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page Grade: K-6 • Age: 4-10 • Written by: Amanda Formaro [Amanda Formaro is the crafty, entrepreneurial mother of four children.] www.craftsbyamanda.com Isn’t he cute? Here kitty-kitty! What You Need: 1 paper plate Black paint Paintbrush Scissors Tape White craft glue 2 large green wiggle eyes 1 small pink pom-pom Pattern [click for pattern] What You Do: Paint the backside of the paper plate black and let dry. Glue on wiggle eyes and pink pom-pom for the nose. ►More Holiday/Seasonal Arts and Crafts Recommended Books: Look What You Can Make With Paper Plates This is a fun craft book for any age. Little Hands Paper Plate Crafts Kids join the adventure of here-to-here with a paper plate compass, an out-of-this-world flying saucer, a movable vehicle, and a spinning helicopter. Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Halloween Ed Emberley shows would-be artists how to draw a variety of creepy and scary Halloween creatures such as witches, bats, monsters - and more.
For the Love of ART!! Hello! My name is Cindy Feeney and I am the author of a very new blog called LOVE THOSE KINDERS. I am so honored to be a guest blogger on Crystal’s wonderful and FUN blog! Thank you Crystal! I am in my 17th year of teaching kindergarten! One thing that I love to do is to incorporate drawing, cutting, gluing, and writing into every thematic subject that I can! Obviously my students do not start the year being able to create the projects they do now! At the beginning of the year, we do a shape search. From the beginning lesson, I ask my students to add some words to their picture. There are SO MANY skills involved in drawing and cutting techniques! Here are a few pictures of some of the fun projects that my students have done this year! Here are some examples of the “How to Draw” illustrations I give my students to help them follow steps to draw or cut. If you would like to see more ideas, hop on over to my blog!
Anchor Charts I never really used anchor charts and if I did they were just plain old boring. I never realized they were boring until I discovered pinterest. I thought "Man, my anchor charts are blaaah, compared to these!" So the creative person in me said "Move over sista, it's time for the real star to shine!" HAHAHA I really don't think THAT highly of myself, maybe just a little. I then introduced each connection one by one using several examples and filling in the pre-made anchor chart. I made a worksheet so students can make connections when they read to self. I really love how COLOR makes a huge difference and how it catches the students attention. I place the anchor charts on the wall so that students can refer back to them during the week. Laters, Mrs.
As per request (thanks, singingrabbitskull!), I... - Mean Guys with Cloaks Random Pets-Animals Tutorials by Hellobaby on deviantART Halloween Handprint & Footprint Ghosts Last week, we had a mommy and me movie day where we watched the movie Casper and did ghosts crafts & snacks. As one of the crafts, we made our yearly Footprint Ghost Pictures. This year I decided to make it with a spooky scene. almost 4 yrs old He made the Handprint ghost picture all by himself. 9 months old This will be Baby Girl's 1st Halloween and was so excited to get her in on the tradition. We also made a brother/sister one to give to Grandma when she comes to visit later this month.