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Fall has arrived! Why not highlight it with an Aboriginal Art project? The Aboriginal people often paint kangaroos, snakes, lizards and lots of symbols. Our theme will be a Fall Leaf.  This is a great way to work with warm and cool colours.  This very complete project helps you to initiate your students into Aboriginal Art. The students will be proud of all of their dots and surprised at their results.

Autumn: Aboriginal Art: Falling for Fall

Fall has arrived! Why not highlight it with an Aboriginal Art project? The Aboriginal people often paint kangaroos, snakes, lizards and lots of symbols. Our theme will be a Fall Leaf. This is a great way to work with warm and cool colours. This very com

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Every Single Student Paints One Rock For The Coolest Elementary Art Project, Ever

Students paint rocks inspired by popular children's book to create a colorful landscape design,

Straw Blown Peacock Painting - fun kid's arts and crafts projects. Blow painting is great for preschool and kindergarten

Visual Art: Straw Blown Peacock Painting - fun kid's arts and crafts projects. Blow painting is great for preschool and kindergarten

Kim & Karen: 2 Soul Sisters (Art Education Blog): Strike a PROFILE using COLOR, LINE and SHAPE

Strike a PROFILE using COLOR, LINE and SHAPE

Warm and Cool color trees: Great project for fall, as well as for incorporating art, math & nature study.

Warm & Cool Trees

Connect art, math, and science with this project idea - creating trees with warm and cool colors

This week my 3rd and 4th grade students kicked off the first week of Fall by making leaf prints!! These leaves came off a sycamore tree and...

ART SMART - LEAVES and grade students kicked off the first week of Fall by making leaf prints! These leaves came off a sycamore tree and.

Cool Middle School Art Projects. Something similar might make a great tints and shades lesson. Hmmm.

Top 25 Cool DIY Ways To Upcycle Old Denims

23 Insanely Clever DIY Denim Projects Made From Old Jeans - Top Inspirations

The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle  School Art!: Sculptural Paper Relief March 2005 issue of School Arts Magazine- it was a lesson titled "Relief Sculpture"

The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle School Art!: Sculptural Paper Relief March 2005 issue of School Arts Magazine- it was a lesson titled "Relief Sculpture"

optical illusion art | Rundes Room: Optical Illusions in Art Class

Optical Illusions in Art Class

Runde's Room: Optical Illusions in Art Class - an easy to complete art project that students will be proud of i like it because op art with illusions and colour pink and green on illusions

Christmas Trees. That would be a beautiful school art project idea. {Sorry no link, but such a GLORIOUS project! Add link if you know it}

That would be a beautiful school art project idea. {Sorry no link, but such a GLORIOUS project! Add link if you know it}:

My students LOVED this lesson. Perspective is part magic and part math and for creative types like me, there are specific rules that really work. My students discovered these as we worked through the lesson. About half of my fifth grade class finished this lesson in three, 50-minute sessions. The other half need an additional 30 minutes to finish.

One-Point Perspective Art Lesson

My students LOVED this lesson. Perspective is part magic and part math and for creative types like me, there are specific rules that really work. My students discovered these as we worked through the lesson. About half of my fifth grade class finished thi

It's easy to teach art lessons and art history when you have read-aloud scripts to guide your lessons! Grab these simple lesson guides and art projects to study famous artists, countries of the world, or step-by-step seasonal crafts! (free download lessons included)

Art History and Writing Integration

Integrate art and literacy with no prep or background knowledge with step by step tutorials for art history and art around the world!

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, sharpies to make low relief sculpture. Covers line variations, and color schemes. Good for Exploratory and Art I.