Kindergarten art lessons
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To study shapes and lines, Kindergarten students experimented with cutting out different colored shapes, and used brightly colored markers to trace around them. Students cut out squares, triangles...
A collection of art projects and activities for children ages 5 & 6
Jennifer Stanfill saved to arts
Kindergarten students will learn how to draw self portraits and experiment with watercolour paints for their backgrounds.
Taliyah Veldkamp saved to Young Art Lessons
This project was done almost at the end of our second quarter. Oh how they have improved since the beginning of the year! We viewed many photos of different kinds of trees and discussed the texture and patterns. We drew a horizon line and then I instructed them on how to draw trees and branches. We drew in pencil first and then they traced over the trees with a permanent marker. Next they drew with a permanent marker patterns on the trees. They used construction paper crayons to color in the…
Karlee Zelmer saved to Art Projects
Kindergarten artists read the book inspired by Paul Klee called, "The Cat and the Bird." We also looked at the images in the Paul Clay's book entitled, "Animal Tricks." We talked about the art elements of line and shape and used to them to create our own Paul Klee inspired cats. We also reviewed the art elements of shapes, lines and colors. We used shapes to draw the cats, lines to create a line pattern, and cool colors to use in the background. We used cool colors to create line patterns in…
Corrie Burdick saved to Elementary lessons
Kindergarten Rocks! 5 year olds are the best. I was a kindergarten teacher for many years before I became an art teacher. The kids are so full of wonder and possibility. I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite art activities for 5 year olds. Some are ones I’ve done more recently, […]
Jeff Koons-inspired balloon dogs with party backgrounds using gel crayons, glitter, and confetti!
This lesson is an original by Julie Werkman, who I student taught with 25 years ago. It is a great lesson for teaching the elements of art! Line, shape, color, texture, and value are all worked in! Any fishy book of your choice maybe the inspiration! First, we paint some light to dark blue waves on a large 18x24 blue construction paper for our fish bowl. I pre-trace the fish bowl on the back of the paper before the next class, then students cut out and add seaweed and rocks! After painting a…
Veronika saved to Rýchlo uložené
Are you working on growth mindset or celebrating international dot day in your elementary classroom? Click here to see some great activities and art lessons to use with the story The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. #internationaldotday #thedot #peterhreynolds #growthmindset #thedotactivities #artlesson #makeyourmark #kindergarten #firstgrade #firstieland
Pinning Teacher saved to The Dot Activities
A few weeks ago I welcome my first guest blogger to MiniMatisse, Mark Rode. His Paper Dinosaur Sculptures are adoreable, be sure to check them out. Today I'm honored to present you with an Art Teacher I have admired for years. Lauralee Chambers has been an Art Educator for 25 years in Westchester, New York. She teaches over 900 students, 6 sections a day at two different schools with a total of 36 sections in a 6 day cycle. Yep, you read that all right. This woman is a rockstar! Lauralee not…
Nataliya Genzlinger saved to 1-3 classes school