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Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look.

Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look.

DIY: Great project for teachers to do in art class, kids to do at home with parents or grandparents for Mother's day or any day! Cut paper relief sculptures in tin can planters.

DIY: Great project for teachers to do in art class, kids to do at home with parents or grandparents for Mother's day or any day! Cut paper relief sculptures in tin can planters.

Splish Splash Splatter: 4th Grade ONE continuous line until paper is full. Then trace shape and color in monochromatic.

Splish Splash Splatter: 4th Grade ONE continuous line until paper is full. Then trace shape and color in monochromatic.

2nd and 3rd grade birch trees: Trees are painted on white paper and cut out then glued onto painted background

Birch Trees Art Lesson

2nd and 3rd grade birch trees: Trees are painted on white paper and cut out then glued onto painted background

Roll A Picasso Art Game. This game is played individually with a dice. The students roll the dice and draw the appropriate part to create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso. After rolling the dice 4 times your students will have completed a portrait in the style of a Master Artist. After completing one, the students can start the game over.

Roll A Picasso Art Game

Roll A Picasso Art Game. This game is played individually with a dice. The students roll the dice and draw the appropriate part to create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso. After rolling the dice 4 times your students will have completed a portrait in the style of a Master Artist. After completing one, the students can start the game over.

Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints.  The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students.

Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints. The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students.

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