Jolene Hartnick

Jolene Hartnick

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Kindergarten Self Portraits! How cute are these? Trace an oval template, draw in their eyes, neck and shoulders and then embark on a painting adventure. They paint their faces and necks first, their tops next and backgrounds last. Set aside to dry. Next class, paint eyes, nose and mouth. Add hair and voila! A beautiful self portrait!

Kindergarten Self Portraits! How cute are these? Trace an oval template, draw in their eyes, neck and shoulders and then embark on a painting adventure. They paint their faces and necks first, their tops next and backgrounds last. Set aside to dry. Next class, paint eyes, nose and mouth. Add hair and voila! A beautiful self portrait!

I Love it! Sooo creative and I can just imagine the boys REALLY getting into making hair, lol

I Love it! Sooo creative and I can just imagine the boys REALLY getting into making hair, lol

Scarecrow painting. Focus on simple shapes, warm colors with cool accents, brush strokes embellishments.

Scarecrow painting. Focus on simple shapes, warm colors with cool accents, brush strokes embellishments.

First graders observed her use of vibrant colors, strong black lines, and an almost cartoon-like style. They created self-portrait drawings with oil pastels and then learned to sew into burlap. The portrait and sewing were combined with fabric, buttons, beads, and shells to make their images come to life.

First graders observed her use of vibrant colors, strong black lines, and an almost cartoon-like style. They created self-portrait drawings with oil pastels and then learned to sew into burlap. The portrait and sewing were combined with fabric, buttons, beads, and shells to make their images come to life.