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Grade 1 art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Grade 1 art. Get inspired and try out new things.
Elements of the Art Room: 1st grade Simply Cute Snowy Owls #elementaryartlesson #elementaryart #owls #elementsoftheartroom #1stgradeart #artlesson #primaryartlesson #primaryart #artteacher #studentart

State testing has started so that means a different schedule than normal, so shorter classes for the next couple of weeks! This may sound fun, but it's not! lol 45 minutes, once a week, is not enough time to begin with, much less 35 minutes! They're coming at different times as well, and the natives are getting restless this time of the year anyway! I saw this precious idea on Instagram, (@the_doodle_birds) and thought the kids would have fun with this quick and pretty simple lesson on line…

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…

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Here's another great idea from Art Room Britt! Their bears looked so fun and cute, I thought they'd be a great thing to do with just a few days left until break! I did these with 2nd grade (normally our rowdiest grade besides 5th) and they were quiet as church mice!! That's unheard of, this time of year! They loved drawing out the bears and adding the details to their sweater! Each one was cute, and unique! Here's how we created ours! Materials: 9x12" 80lb paper Crayola markers Mr. Sketch…

1st Grade Fishbowls Here’s one more lesson I used for first grade this year on drawing from simple shapes. Materials: square paper, pencils, erasers, Crayola construction paper crayons and or oil pastels. We begin with a large circle in the center of the paper, then an oval at the top, for the opening of the … Continue reading Fishbowls

Fishbowls Art Lesson is for Grades K-3. Using crayons, marker and oil pastels in this lesson, make a great review or introduction to mixed media art.

Are you working on growth mindset or celebrating international dot day in your elementary classroom? Click here to see some great activities and art lessons to use with the story The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. #internationaldotday #thedot #peterhreynolds #growthmindset #thedotactivities #artlesson #makeyourmark #kindergarten #firstgrade #firstieland

Are you working on growth mindset or celebrating international dot day in your elementary classroom? Click here to see some great activities and art lessons to use with the story The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. #internationaldotday #thedot #peterhreynolds #growthmindset #thedotactivities #artlesson #makeyourmark #kindergarten #firstgrade #firstieland

Wow! These texture plates are easy to make and kids really love using them! Check how I made cute monsters even cuter with my DIY texture plates and recycled crayons. Two great ways to save money in the art room!

Wow! These texture plates are easy to make and kids really love using them! Check how I made cute monsters even cuter with my DIY texture plates and recycled crayons. Two great ways to save money in the art room!

Elements of the Art Room: 1st grade Winter landscapes, Paintbrush Rocket inspired, 1st grade art lesson, primary art, elementary art,  #winter #elementaryart #firstgrade #art

Here's what first grade is up to this week! We've finished our cardinals, and we're moving on to a new project I've never tried before, but found on Paintbrush Rocket's blog, and wanted to try it with my students! This project may look simple, but is still challenging for little 6/7 year olds. They're working on their painting skills, craftsmanship, color mixing skills, and fine motor skills! Whew! That's a lot of skillz in this little winter landscape! Here's how we're creating ours…