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Process Art : Painting with Yarn and Tempera Paint.  A great project for your students with special learning needs and sensory issues.  Work on fine motor skills and build independence.  Get all the directions at:  http://buggyandbuddy.com/process-art-for-preschoolers-painting-with-yarn/

Process Art for Preschoolers: Painting with Yarn

Cut Up Art: A creative twist on painting that uses several art mediums and provides a beautiful finished product. A great kids' art project! || Gift of Curiosity

Cut Up Art - a 3 step art technique for kids

TK Cut Up Art: A creative twist on painting that uses several art mediums and provides a beautiful finished product. A great kids' art project!

We've done a few of these and look forward to doing the rest. Wonderful famous artists projects!

Monet project - Claude Monet Craft from The Crafty Classroom. Simple Famous Artist Crafts for Kids!

Such a fun technique to try with the kids! Art for Kids: Ocean Scenes Using Tempera Paint & India Ink~ Buggy and Buddy

Ink and Tempera Resist Ocean Scene Art Project for Kids

matisse inspired -- Such a fun technique to try with the kids! Art for Kids: Ocean Scenes Using Tempera Paint & India Ink~ Buggy and Buddy

Process Art for Preschoolers: Painting with Yarn and Tempera Paint

Process Art for Preschoolers: Painting with Yarn

Here's another fun and easy process art project for preschoolers- painting with yarn or string. My kids loved exploring all the designs they could create using yarn as their painting tool!

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2.  You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on.  Bring some sunshine into your classroom!

Art Project for Preschool up to Grade 2: Ray of Sun Shine - Art Lesson Plan

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eye

DIY Marbled Paper from Shaving Cream

DIY Marbled Paper from Shaving Cream

DIY Marbled Paper with Shaving Cream. My kids are going to have a blast with these super fun kids crafts. With tutorial video

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