Kindergarten sculpture

Inspire young minds with creative sculpture ideas for kindergarten art projects. Explore fun and engaging ways to introduce sculpting to your little ones and foster their creativity.
I 'm so VERY excited to present my very first guest blogger on MiniMatisse.  I met Mark Rode a couple months back at a training and we s... 1st Grade Sculpture Projects, First Grade Sculpture Projects, If The Dinosaurs Came Back, Dinosaur Art Lesson, Kindergarten Sculpture, Dinosaur Art Projects, Paper Dinosaur, Sculpture Lessons, 2nd Grade Art

I'm so VERY excited to present my very first guest blogger on MiniMatisse. I met Mark Rode a couple months back at a training and we share our social media information with each other. I have been so impressed with Mark's Instagram that I asked if he would write a blog post about this amazing project. Mark is an Elementary Art Teacher at Oxbow Creek Elementary in Champlin Minnesota. He explains that his inspiration came from another teacher in West Australia, Ann Farrell. I'm a fan of her…

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Heather Knutzen Olson
Cassie Stephens: My Favorite Sculpture Projects for Kindergarten through Fourth Grade!

This week, on my podcast Everyday Art Room, I'll be sharing my favorite sculpture projects, materials and supplies. Since so much of what I'll be talking about is visual, I thought I'd also put it all together in this here blog post. Please be sure to click the highlighted links as those provide the full lesson and, oftentimes, a video lesson! Before diving in, I thought I'd share my favorite supplies to hoard for sculpture. Here's my Top Ten: 1. Toilet paper tubes! Just send out an email…

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Trashmagination
Kids ages 5-8 art sculpture ideas. The class was inspired by Artist Jeff Koons balloon sculptures as a jumping off point and then let our materials guide us to next steps regarding exploring texture, shape and form. We ended our Sculpture for Kids Class with a collaborative sculpture experience that the kids expressed it was their favorite. I suspect it had something to do with the hammering! Check out all the ideas and sculptures created. #KidsArt #ProcessArt #MeriCherry Pre K, Middle School Art, Process Art, Diy, Art, Kids Art Class, Kids Art Projects, Kindergarten Sculpture, Preschool Art

Kids ages 5-8 art sculpture ideas. The class was inspired by Artist Jeff Koons balloon sculptures as a jumping off point and then let our materials guide us to next steps regarding exploring texture, shape and form. We ended our Sculpture for Kids Class with a collaborative sculpture experience that the kids expressed it was their favorite. I suspect it had something to do with the hammering! Check out all the ideas and sculptures created. #KidsArt #ProcessArt #MeriCherry

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PreKinders: Pre-K & Preschool Activities
Kindergarten Monster Sculptures Sculpture Lessons Elementary, Kindergarten Sculpture Projects, Elementary Sculpture Projects, Kindergarten Sculpture, Cardboard Carnival, Kindergarden Art, Art Kindergarten, Kindergarten Art Activities, 3d Art Projects

Teacher prep: cut little slits into the bottom of a cardboard tube The kids can bend the 'ears' down. Use those as tabs for gluing the 'monster' to it's 'base' ...which will later evolve into the monster's environment. Using tempera, with no water, paint the base and monster...leave no cardboard showing! I gave them blue, yellow and white...they mixed as they pleased. little preview of our monster embellishments...

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Hanna Miller
volume Elementary Art, 3d Art Projects For Elementary Students, Classroom Art Projects, Preschool Sculpture Projects, Elementary Art Projects, Kindergarten Sculpture, School Art Projects, Kids Art Projects, Art Lessons Elementary

Color Theory for Little Ones via Today I thought I’d share 5 Art Projects for children. Playing with colours and textures is always fun, and also stimulates kid’s creativity. Try new and unconventional materials and treat it as an exploration or a sensory activity, particularly important for toddlers. Paint with yogurt, sugar or chocolate, use natural […]

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Emily MacLellan
Reggio Emilia, Elementary Art, Art, Pre K, Kindergarten Sculpture, Kids Art Projects, Preschool Art Lessons, Elementary Art Projects, Preschool Art

This is a super lesson to try with your young artists - it takes just a bit of prep and the results are so fun! You'll need craft foam, model magic, glue, scissors, pipe cleaners and small pieces of tagboard or railroad board. The inspiration for this lesson comes from the blog, Plastiquem. Before class, I used Elmer's glue to attach a small chunk of model magic to a piece of 5x5" square of railroad board. Due to time constraints, I pre-cut a bunch of shapes from craft foam (students can…

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Alexa Valladares Ortiz