Glue Drawing with Chalk - The Kitchen Table Classroom
This glue and chalk pastel technique creates graphic outlines with glue and fills in the spaces with vibrant color from chalk pastels.
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End of the Year Art Project
While some of you lucky ducks are already on summer vacation some of us are still plugging away!!! This is my last week of school and grades were already due SO what to do? what to do? well... you do an end of the year art project!!!! These took us about 2 days to do BUT that also includes the 2000 degree heat outside to help speed up the drying!!! So without the fast forward dry time... I would guesstimate 3-4 days to complete :) A great thing about this project is it is JUST acrylic paint…
How to Make Yarn Pumpkins Using Balloons
These yarn pumpkins are such a fun fall craft idea! They'd make a BEAUTIFUL centerpiece or mantle decoration, or you could even use them for Halloween! So pretty!
start with black shapes - no touching - connect with lines - kids get one color - walk around and paint shapes - go over lines with black
start with black shapes - no touching - connect with lines - kids get one color - walk around and paint shapes - go over lines with black by Cheryl Buhrman on Indulgy.com
Magical Halloween Silhouette Painted Rocks
Decorate rocks with magical Halloween silhouettes drawn over a vibrant sunset sky! It has certainly been a good year for all the rock painters, me included. The new trend of painting and hiding rocks this
2nd Grade Moon-lit Pumpkins
WOW! My second grade artists are so talented! We have been working on a fall pumpkin picture. Last week the students followed along with me as we drew two, overlapping pumpkins in the grass. They...