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creatively drawing the profile grade 4/5 @ elementaryartfun.blogspot.com

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smART Class: outer space - love the white paint splatter for stars

smART Class: outer space - love the white paint splatter for stars

Coffee filters folded into thirds, sprayed with water, and then use markers like a pointillism picture to add color. Use this colorful circle to create a picture. Fun, quick, and easy for many grade levels!

Coffee filters folded into thirds, sprayed with water, and then use markers like a pointillism picture to add color. Use this colorful circle to create a picture. Fun, quick, and easy for many grade levels!

5th grade students discussed the difference between an organic and a geometric shape. They created an abstract design in scratch-board by using a variety of lines and shapes. They used rulers or shapes tracers to create positive and negative shapes within their design. After their design was drawn they filled in the spaces with patterns and textures.

5th grade students discussed the difference between an organic and a geometric shape. They created an abstract design in scratch-board by using a variety of lines and shapes. They used rulers or shapes tracers to create positive and negative shapes within their design. After their design was drawn they filled in the spaces with patterns and textures.

What does color mean to you? Sixth grade students created self-portraits and used color to express their emotions.

Emotion Portraits

What does color mean to you? Sixth grade students created self-portraits and used color to express their emotions.

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Fourth and fifth grade students made self portraits based on the artist Archimbaldo. I used an overhead projector to trace each student’s he...

Fourth and fifth grade students made self portraits based on the artist Archimbaldo. I used an overhead projector to trace each student’s he...

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