Art project for kids: chose dinosaurs as my after school oil pastel project today, wondering if I would get any objections from my female students. Well, not only did they make some of the prettiest and pinkest stegosauruses you ever saw, one girl proceeded to rattle off more dino facts than I have ever heard before. 1. Students followed my drawing, starting with the back, then belly and legs. The triangle plates were added last, starting with small ones at the end and large in the middle. 2. All the pencil lines were traced with a black Sharpie marker. 3. All the shapes were colored in with Portfolio® Oil Pastels.
Op Art Using Positive and Negative Shapes... 6 lessons that will help you teach about Op Art from start to finish. Sneak in some information about shapes and color while your students are having fun! This set includes 2 presentations, 6 Op Art lessons and 1 color lesson.