Andy Warhol Art Project for Kids
Free printable Pop art templates for learning to create in the style of Andy Warhol. This free art tutorial for kids will have your students begging for more....and you can give it to them! We've included three different templates that are sure to delight your budding artists.
Snorkeling Self Portraits
The first project in my MaryMaking Favorites classes was Snorkeling Self Portraits which I originally posted back in November 2013. Because this is a collage project with separate board and papers for fish, water, and snorkelers, it was a perfect art project for the 2 hour class. I also like it because it involves a variety of media: watercolor and salt, acrylics, oil pastel and markers. Some children had snorkeling stories of their own to share which made it fun. Artwork by K-4th graders.
Art Rocks! 4th grade Gems & Crystals
Next week, after 4th finishes their Aurora Borealis pictures we've been working on, we'll start this rockin' watercolor project! This artwork is inspired by the art of Rebecca Chaperon and the fabulous art teacher Miss Lee. Here's how we'll be creating our own crystals! Materials: Sax 90 lb paper Crayola Artista II watercolors Big Kid's Choice brushes Metallic Sharpies Ticonderoga Pencils We'll be looking at minerals, crystals, and gems, for our inspiration. We'll be using rulers to draw out…
Henri Rousseau and His Jungle Adventures Or a Tour of the Rain Forest
photo credit We are always on the lookout to create art that does not HAVE to be incredibly colorful. In fact, there are times where I invite the students to practice RESTRAINT - using only 2-4 colors. This lesson would be great for a rain forest discussion or a study on Henri Rousseau. I have a video of our version of a snake art lesson:
1st Grade - Art Folders inspired by Rousseau!
This lesson is inspired by Henri Rousseau's painting, Surprised! Storm in the Forest . I love this lesson for many reasons... First, th...
Draw a dinosaur!
Try this simple dinosaur…Blockheadasaurus.. and let me know how you did. You can post your drawing on the Pick and Draw Facebook page…I’d love to see your drawing! Add some colo…