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3 Fun and Easy Kindergarten Art Lessons | Art is Basic | An Elementary Art Blog

For me it is always a challenge to keep up with Kindergarten art projects. I see my classes twice per week for 40 minutes, so they get to do a lot of art! They go through lessons and projects quic…

Learn how to draw a landscape with a lake tucked into one of its layers. Lots of room for fore, middle and background details.

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Introduce the elements of art for kids with this simple printable book. Start with this elements of art printable then connect with over 100+ free art lessons!

Crayon art is always a blast! Teach the kids a new technique with Funny Fish Crayon Art.

Mix up your coloring activities with this Funny Fish Crayon Art idea. Kids love animal crafts, especially when they get to use their crayons, and this fun project uses crayons in a whole new way. Your kids will have a blast with fun arts and crafts like this one because they get to use as many crayons as they want to make some unique crayon transfer art. The great thing about this activity is that your kids can get even more creative and draw whatever design they want to.

Easy to draw but with tons of impact, our peacock head flow drawing guide will really capture children’s imaginations and nurture their creativity. Our How to Draw guide encourages children to use repetative movements to create lines and shapes; enabling children to engage in their natural flow and create freely, without worrying about mistakes.

As an art teacher I am always looking to change out a lesson to just do something different or more exciting. The internet has been such a r...

As an art teacher I am always looking to change out a lesson to just do something different or more exciting. The internet has been such a remarkable source of inspiration for all of us. And that is where I found this lesson a few years ago when I was looking for another way to teach my students about warm and cool colors. I found this lesson here on There's a Dragon in my Art Room, a blog written by Phyllis Levine Brown. I've had the opportunity to meet up with Phyl during NAEA conferences…

The lesson plan blog of fifth-year elementary art teacher Mrs. Nguyen (Formerly Ms. Gram).

Today was day one of week three and man oh man has it been interesting so far (aside from a kindergartener throwing up on my brand new carpet today)! As many of you know I started at a brand new school this year - so I've had to start from scratch with my art program! I'm not sure why I just expected that the county would give me additional money for start up supplies (scissors, rulers, etc.)... cauuuuseee that didn't happen. In fact every art teacher in our county lost $50 each from our…