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Elements of the Art Room: Beautiful 3rd grade Beehives!

Last month, 3rd grade started this little project, after I was inspired by the Instagram post of the incredible art teacher, Ms. Rogers! You can check out her IG here! I believe they painted their backgrounds, but since we're still art on a cart this year, we had to improvise! Here's how we created ours! Materials: Pencils Hexagon tracer Crayons Sharpie Markers Crayola Oil pastels Day 1: We draw our bees together. I do a little directed drawing, then we trace with Sharpies, and color with…

1st Grade Art Lessons – Art with Mrs Filmore

Please Note: All images seen below are of my students artwork only. These photos/lessons are not posted in any particular order regarding the flow of my curriculum. Hot Air Balloon Collage Hot Air …

Paintbrush Rocket: Ton Schulten 3rd Grade Cityscapes using paper, tempera paint, and white to create tints.

Ton Schulten is one of my all time favorite artists! I discovered him years ago when I found a calendar full of his paintings when visit...

2nd & 3rd Grade Lesson: Value: Animal Eyes

In this lesson you will learn how to draw either a pair of cat, owl, or dog eyes! Then practice using value to create light and dark in your drawings to make...

1st Grade Fishbowls Here’s one more lesson I used for first grade this year on drawing from simple shapes. Materials: square paper, pencils, erasers, Crayola construction paper crayons and or oil pastels. We begin with a large circle in the center of the paper, then an oval at the top, for the opening of the … Continue reading Fishbowls

Fishbowls Art Lesson is for Grades K-3. Using crayons, marker and oil pastels in this lesson, make a great review or introduction to mixed media art.

As an art teacher I am always looking to change out a lesson to just do something different or more exciting. The internet has been such a r...

As an art teacher I am always looking to change out a lesson to just do something different or more exciting. The internet has been such a remarkable source of inspiration for all of us. And that is where I found this lesson a few years ago when I was looking for another way to teach my students about warm and cool colors. I found this lesson here on There's a Dragon in my Art Room, a blog written by Phyllis Levine Brown. I've had the opportunity to meet up with Phyl during NAEA conferences…

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