Second graders loved Robert Wyland so much that we did two projects inspired by him. Out first was Warm and Cool Waves, the second were these AWESOME underwater self-portraits inspired by this, this A
Four season tree by a second grader. (My second graders apparently do not know what a tree looks like. sigh. Wish my four seasons pick looked ANYTHING like this) PS great idea for second grade it aligns with their science curriculum
2nd Grade Art with Mrs. Brown - veg under ground
2nd Grade Masterpieces: Art with Fractions
2nd Grade Silhouettes We're very proud of our silhouettes! Art vocabulary words related to this lesson: *horizon line *silh...
Secondary Color Owls.....cute idea, but I would have the kids cut out their own shapes, etc. so they are not all the same
2nd Grade - Warm/Cool Hands - Crayons. Borrowed from the wonderful http://artolazzi.blogspot.com/
Second grade studied perspective to create these stunning poppy paintings. They first drew a horizon line on either light blue or light gra...
Hokusai's Great Wave pops up! 2nd grade (Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists)
Insect Drawing Prompt: With this free printable, challenge your kids to draw the missing half of an insect. Great for studying entomology, symmetry and developing pre-writing skills!