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The 2nd Grade students studied the artist Vincent Van Gogh and his artwork. We also read the book, Camille and the Sunflowers. The students were able to create a giant sunflower creating emphasis in their artwork. Then they were shown how to blend colors using oil pastels. The students had to choose a cool color for their background to make their sunflower "pop" in their piece of art.
Gwendolyn Brown saved to Art Ideas
This fall tree silhouette art project is inspired by the beautiful leaves, as well as our animal friends that are scurrying around this time of year.
Amy Anderson saved to Fall
Arty Crafty Kids - Art - Art Ideas for Kids - Autumn Handprint Tree
It's Always Autumn saved to Everything for kids
Looking for a handprint calendar idea for the month of September? We made a handprint leaf and paired it with the Autumn is Coming poem for kids.
Allison Wilson saved to Stuff to Buy
Looking for an easy art project for kids? Children and beginners can create their own beautiful four seasons tree painting with our easy to follow step-by-step tutorial.
Renee Rithianos saved to Kids Art
This month's painting, The Autumn by Alphonse Mucha, is a perfect palette as we slide out of summer and right into fall. Don't you think? Unlike past challenge palettes, which usually featured a bunch of different colors, this month's challenge painting has colors in a fairly narrow range, focusing mostly on shades of orange and yellow. The browns and tans you see all come from those two colors, so these would be a great base for your own color schemes. Stay on the medium to light side for…
Katie Schneidenheimer saved to Paint colors
3rd Grade Fall Forests Third grade has been working on these cute little creations for the past couple of art classes now, and have been doing a great job! Materials: Tru-Ray construction paper 9x12 & 4x6, pencils, Sharpie markers, scissors, and Elmer's glue sticks. First, the students cut out their ground, and glued it to their background. They were to glue on the lightest green first, darker green second, and darkest green third, to create the look of aerial perspective. After they glued…
Ben Boyd saved to Art Class Stuff