printmaking with gelatin--you can create both a negative and positive print - SO COOL
For this project, you'll need: gelatin, not Jell-o. Most grocery stores carry a brand called Knox which sells in boxes of 16 pouches. cookie sheets, printmaking brayer, printing ink, variety of leaves paper Full instructions by following the link
Art in the Big Green Room: Teacher Workshop: Gelatin Prints
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DIY watercolor silhouette. (Stickers on first then paint, dry, and remove stickers.)
Decorative line animal process.
Simple screen printing
LINK MIGHT NOT WORK!!!! NOT VERIFIED.. Going to use this idea with Foam and Grade 3s. Good tie in with West coast Art...(Salmon perhaps.) printmaking series of Northwest native american fish??
Bubble wrap prints