3rd grade art

Inspire creativity in 3rd grade students with these fun art projects. Explore different mediums and techniques to engage young artists and nurture their artistic talents.
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I found this easy little hand art project on theforestroom last week and thought it would be a clean and a simple project to do in my daughter's 3rd grade class... Well, it's not as easy as it looks- they had to really concentrate to complete. This is a really clever way to also document your child's hand size/age. My lines were not the straightest! Simple Instructions: With a pencil, trace your hand & fingers perpendicular (or exactly vertical) to the paper. Start at the top of the paper…

Kay Doll
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Last month, 3rd grade started this little project, after I was inspired by the Instagram post of the incredible art teacher, Ms. Rogers! You can check out her IG here! I believe they painted their backgrounds, but since we're still art on a cart this year, we had to improvise! Here's how we created ours! Materials: Pencils Hexagon tracer Crayons Sharpie Markers Crayola Oil pastels Day 1: We draw our bees together. I do a little directed drawing, then we trace with Sharpies, and color with…

Esther Castro
Third grade used warm and cool colors and pattern to create these tempera paintings.  The students viewed artwork by native people and ho... Middle School Art, Op Art, Elementary Art, Art Lesson Plans, Elementary Art Projects, Classroom Art Projects, School Art Projects, Art Lessons Elementary, 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…

Connie Valentine

To begin class, we talked about the basics of portrait drawing: your eyes are in the middle of your head, your head is 5 eyes wide, your neck is as wide as your pupils, etc. I had the students make…

Lorie May
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This Monster in My Closet art lesson has been one of my students' absolute favorites over the years! A perfect lesson for drawing creativity out of even the most hesitant young artists. With a focus on line, shape, and texture your students will be engaged the entire time they are creating!

Robin Heieren