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Get Colorful with Doodle Names | Make and Takes
How often do you join in when your kids are creating? Doodle Names is a drawing project that parents and kids can enjoy working on side-by-side. I find that my girls and I always have interesting conversations while we sit and draw together. Plus, doodling is fun and relaxing! To get started, write your name … Continued
Painting in the style of Ted Harrison
There is a lot of Ted Harrison love at the school these days. Both Grades 2 and 3 are completing art projects based on his work. Ted Harrison is a well known Canadian artist famous for his use of line and color in his landscape paintings around his beloved Yukon home. This is an easy art project based on his work. MATERIALS REQUIRED: - watercolor paper or heavy weight sketch paper - watercolor, tempera, or acrylic paints - black paper - glue - scissors - reference photos (there are lots of…
Outdoor Name Art Painting Activity for Kids - Busy Toddler
Looking for a fun and easy way to play outside? Make an outdoor name art activity for toddlers or preschoolers. A super easy summer painting project.
Name Creature Steps
These are the steps that I did with my kids. There may be different ways of doing this, but this is what works for me. The first step is to fold your paper in half, down the long side ( we say hotdog fold). Then with a pencil write your name sitting on the fold, in cursive. Then, darken the name by tracing 2-3 times. Fold the name to the inside, make sure the name is facing down. Usually, you can see the name through the paper, which will help with the next step. With the cap of a marker…
Custom guest book, Rustic guestbook, 3D Guest book, Unique guest book, Wooden guestbook, Wedding guest book ideas, Teal wedding color
Custom guest book, Rustic guestbook, 3D Guest book, Unique guest book, Wooden guestbook, Wedding guest book ideas, Teal wedding color DIMENSIONS: ★ 9 x 12 inches (22.86 x 30.48 cm) - 15 large hearts + 15 medium hearts + 10 little hearts ★ 11 x 14 inches (27.94 x 35.56 cm) - 25 large hearts + 25 medium hearts + 10 little hearts ★ 12 x 16 inches (30.48 x 40.64 cm) - 30 large hearts + 30 medium hearts + 10 little hearts ★ 14 x 18 inches (35.56 x 45.72 cm) - 35 large hearts + 40 medium hearts…
10 Georges Seurat Art Projects for Kids
The artist Seurat showed us how a simple dot can create great art! Introduce kids to the science of color with these Georges Seurat art projects for kids.
100 Art Therapy Exercises
"The healthiest form of projection is art" ~ Fritz Perls Here is a popular internet list of art therapy activities originally posted up in 2011 by the Nursing School Blog. I have researched current links that reflect the most inspiring art therapy directives on the internet today, keeping them as...
10 Rene Magritte Art Projects for Kids
Magritte painted regular people and objects - in a completely irregular style! Learn more about the artist with these Rene Magritte Art Projects for Kids.
In the Art Room: Sketchbook Covers
Well, better late than never ever, amirite? My students are just now getting rolling on their sketchbooks tho that's no fault of their own. I've been doing sketchbooks with my kids for years now ... and had a pretty fool proof way that worked for me and the kids. But there was always one thing kind of bothering me...that I never had a way for them to add informational pages to their sketchbooks. You know, like an Elements of Art reference sheet or, what I'm really excited about, some Art…
3D Name Sculpture
3D Name Sculpture The first project I had my students do was a 3D name sculpture. This was the inspiration for the project (scroll down). I was very impressed with the outcome. My students' sculptures came out great - especially since it was the first project of the year. First I had my students type out their name using different fonts. I recommended they use thicker fonts that would make a better base. Next I had my students draw out the letters, sketching them lightly in case they needed…