Catching Snowflakes - grade 3 As you may have noticed, my past few projects have been decidedly winter themed, but I can't help it - today it was close to minus 40 with the windchill! I feel like I am just completely surrounded by winter and cold and snow right now, and it's definitely affecting my choice of art projects. I originally saw this idea as a collage on artsonia but decided to have my grade 3's do them with pastels instead, just to get them drawing and coloring. WeAreTeachers Reviews BlockPosters.com Large-format printers are pricey to purchase and unwieldy to operate, but we love the look of huge posters in our classroom. One website makes massive posters possible … at no cost: BlockPosters.com Why we love it: This site allows you to create big, honkin’ posters from your own images by taking a jpg file you provide and cutting it into 8 ½ x 11-inch blocks.
Kids Crafts - Inspiration for Children of all Ages Bunting is a quick and fun way to decorate the house or classroom for any occasion. It also... It is amazing what fun can be had and what can be created from a few basic ingredients. We have... Decorating lanterns and candles is great fun for older children. They make lovely gifts or... Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Picture Books to Inspire Winter Art! Happy New Year! We are heading back to school SO early this year… and I believe it is going to be a long, cold, and snowy month ahead! If you are looking for some creative ways to integrate some great winter picture books into your Art lessons, you may find some inspiration in this week’s Top 10 list! 1.Once Upon a Northern Night – Jean E. Pendziwol Lovely, lyrical lullaby celebrating the magic and wonder of an icy winter night.
Aerial View Snowmen Oct27 Second grade started their aerial view snowmen this week. Projects like this almost always showcase the kids different personalities. Otherworldly Vehicles In Oil Paintings By Lithuanian Artist Modestas Malinauskas I just love all the details depicted in these ships, airplanes and other mystical vehicles. Therefore, I want to introduce you to the artist behind these works, who is a real inspiration to me. Modestas Malinauskas is a Lithuanian artist who paints with oil. His canvases are professional and done using a difficult and original technique. They lead us to a shiny fantasy world full of powerful colors and positive energy of dreams and play. Halloween MASKS These are our Halloween masks – they are merry rather than scary! They were copied on colored cardboard from the KROKOTAK templates, then they were cut out and colored by the kids. We added pom-pom noses to make them even funnier.
17 Classroom Winter Crafts That Will Warm Your Students' Hearts - WeAreTeachers The weather’s turning, the holidays are approaching, and kids are getting wiggly! Sounds like a perfect time to get creative! Try one (or more!) of these adorable, easy-to-do winter crafts and watch your kids light up. 1. Snowy Owl Aussie Pumpkin Patch: Ladybird Art Author: Kendra I don't really consider myself an artistically inclined person, but I know how much my kids love doing art projects. So I'm trying to make a huge effort to do art with them more often. I've actually purchased an art curriculum to use, but it's not officially here yet.. Anyway, I won't say I teach them any techniques considering I'm not sure I'd know if I know any myself.
End of the Rainbow Paper Plate Twirler (Kids Craft) Materials Needed: Paper platePaintBlack and yellow paperScissorsGlue Start by having the kids paint rainbow stripes on the front of a paper plate.