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Sport art projects

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Edgar Degas' unusual angles and attention to detail is remarkable, and is a great lesson in concentration. Let's learn more about this artist with some enchanting Edgar Degas art projects for kids!

Edgar Degas' unusual angles and attention to detail is remarkable; let's learn more about this artist with some enchanting Edgar Degas art projects for kids!

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Might be a great lesson for next year -- connection to Math as well . . . Adventures of an Art Teacher: Sports Spheres

I've been trying to teach my students the difference between shapes and forms. I knew I wanted to do a lesson with 5th grade focused on the illusion of form through creating value and when I found out that our Family Fun Night (an event that bring several hundred students and their families to the building) theme would be "Sportacular", I decided to use the spheres found in sports as inspiration. Really, it makes sense. Balls are something tangible that the students are very familiar with…

This magic salt and watercolor snowflake art project for kids is so much fun! The snowflakes magically appear when you add the paint and the salt makes the painting look “frosty”. This is such a cool process art idea for kids that’s fantastic in the classroom at school or on a snowy day at home this winter!

I'm not an artist - so trust me - if I can make this painting, it has to be pretty easy! I HAD to try this art project just because it's fun. And cool. And sciency. (My browser is telling me that's not a real word... haha) This salt and watercolor snowflake art project actually teaches you something, and I LOVE that! I'll be the first person to raise my hand and admit, 'I can't draw or paint'. And trying to make me do either of those two things will make me want to hide my head in…

A blog about sharing elementary art lessons. With a twist of fun on the side.

I love this lesson, students love this lesson and they all turn out so very awesome! I did this lesson last year using all oil pastels and although they turned out just as wonderfully it took us 4-5 classes to finish compared to this year only taking 2-3 classes to finish. Instead of having students create their sphere using oil pastel we painted. On the first day of the lesson we talked about form and value and how you make something on a 2D surface look 3D. Using a compass students created…

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