3rd grade art lesson
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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…
Esther Castro saved to Art Lessons & More
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 …
pia andersen saved to Papirquilt
From mixed media to simple sketching, there's something here for every first grader.
M.Arlette SP saved to clases
Elements of the Art Room: 3rd Grade Painted Paper Henri Rousseau and Cassie Stephens inspired Tiger Collage
Belle Marien saved to Elementary
Impressive projects for creative kids.
Jmsalazarwilson saved to Art lessons
Favorite 3rd Grade Art Projects | Ms. Kennedy: Room 17
Ava Jung saved to Homeschool
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...
Roxanne Olsen saved to school - art
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...
Yvonne Schlobach saved to ART klasse 3
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.
Laurie Mulli saved to Art: Kid Art & the Masters
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…
Heather Alred saved to Art Inspirations