Color Mixing on Coffee Filters - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Color Mixing on Coffee Filters- Primary colors are one of the first art concepts I like to introduce young kids to in art. First, because they are a basic building block for for understanding how to make all kinds of things. And second, because mixing colors is kind of magical. Color mixing on coffee filters is a fun introduction to what happens when those primary colors mix together!
Warm and Cool Hands-- Third Grade Art
Third grade used warm and cool colors and pattern to create these tempera paintings. The students viewed artwork by native people and how their hand print was not only a record of who they were or where they had traveled, but also a way to sign their art. The students each used their hand prints to sign their paintings. Notice how the warm colors (red, orange, and yellow) advance and the cool colors (blue, green, and violet) recede? This color effect creates an optical illusion. The boys and…
Winter Sparkle Circle of Life MADART Painting Postcard
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Fish Tessellation (Art Projects for Kids)
A tessellation is a collection of shapes that fill a paper with no overlaps and no gaps. I like the math and artistic skills they require, and am happy to say that this design is my very own. 1. Start