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The Lost Sock : Textured Monsters inspired by Maurice Sednak's Where the WIld Things Are

Monsters Don't Eat Broccoli book connected art project could be one long session or two (depends on the age of the students). Uses a variety of art supplies and skills

Monsters Don't Eat Broccoli Art Project

My favorite art projects for kids connect literature and art. Read Monsters Don’t Eat Broccoli by Barbara Jean Hicks then create a monster and cityscape collage.

Kindergartens' line monsters We have been learning how to draw different kinds of lines and the colors of the rainbow! Thanks @cassie_stephenz for the inspiration! #artteachersofinstagram #artteacher #evansdaleart #dekalbartteachers #kinderart

Kindergartens' line monsters We have been learning how to draw different kinds of lines and the colors of the rainbow!

Too Much Glue -- Book and art lesson

PAINTED PAPER: Tie in project to the book, "Too Much Glue!" Students make a glue suit using scraps

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12 page monster drawing packet by Expressive Monkey

Monster Drawing Art Activity

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PAINTED PAPER: Love Monsters!

Need a fun, colorful art project that incorporates art and literature? Love Monster is perfect when you need a 50 minute art lesson or a colorful project promoting love and acceptance.

Using a black oil pastel, lightly draw a big letter “U” in the middle of the paper. It helps to draw larger than the child’s hand. Draw two sloping shoulders.  Make a large arc over the top of u previously drawn.  Use short strokes following the drawn lines to represent the fur of the English Sheepdog.   Book by Barney Saltzberg.  Glasses (groovy) are made on a folded page.

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First graders made these adorable pattern owls in two 55 minute art classes. We read The Little White Owl and Owl Moon for inspiration and spent the first day thinking of line designs and sketching. The second day, we used oil pastel and watercolor paints to finish.

First graders made these adorable pattern owls in two 55 minute art classes. We read The Little White Owl and Owl Moon for inspiration and spent the first day thinking of line designs and sketching.

Need an easy, back to school art project for your upper elementary art students? They will have have a blast creating this awesome pencil. Students simply roll the dice to select the parts required to design it. And they'll pick up a new, no fuss art technique that you can do in your classroom with materials already on hand! Pair this with a writing activity and you have a beautiful bulletin board idea ready for the Fall. | Glitter Meets Glue Designs

First Week of School | Design a Pencil Game | Back to School Ideas, Art Sub Plan

Need an easy, back to school art project for your upper elementary art students? They will have have a blast creating this awesome pencil. Students simply roll the dice to select the parts required to design it. And they'll pick up a new, no fuss art tech

Elements of the Art Room: 1st grade Love Monsters

1st grade Love Monsters

Elements of the Art Room: 1st grade Love Monsters

Use with Monsters Love Colors -- Inspired by the book, Monsters Love School by Mike Austin, children pick body parts to create their own unique monster to draw and paint. Fun art activity for boys and girls.

Monsters are always a popular subject for my youngest art students. My go-to monster lesson for...
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