Category Archives: Painting
Submitted by Kayda V. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Use white paint and get hand prints of your students on red (or color of your choice) construction paper. Cut out hand prints. Glue them to the bottom of … Continue reading
From Kelly F. “Don’t Get Spooked into Drugs” Use white paint to create ghosts with the kids’ handprints. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
__________’s Shining Stars” Have students cut out starts on tag board, then paint. Once paint is dry, have them use marker to write their names. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Kristine S. Use a paintbrush on the child’s foot to apply the paint color(s) that you would like. Firmly press the child’s foot onto paper. Do the same with the other foot. Place feet so that they will … Continue reading
From puttiprapancha.com 1. Cut out a circle for the Earth. 2. Paint the earth with blue paint and let dry. 3. Glue empty nut shells (pistachio nuts are used in the picture, but you may want to try a less … Continue reading
Submitted by John T. Use washable paint on the child’s hand to create the hand print flower.Then have child paint stem and leaves. This can be drawn in pencil ahead of time for child to fill in if necessary. Don’t … Continue reading
Submitted by Gina B. First, the students trace a land pattern on their earth. Using something heavy like tag board is recommended. The students then should color the land with crayon. Encourage them to press hard when coloring for the … Continue reading
Submitted by Jennifer K. Cut out a large white 4 leaf clover. With green paint, have children leave their hand prints. Once dry, attach to a green background paper. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
“Look Who is in the Pumpkin Patch!” Kids should color or paint pumpkins. Add a picture of the child.
Kids paint a background (or use markers, crayons, oil pastels, etc.). This picture was done with water color paints. Kids create a jack-o-lantern by folding a piece of black construction paper in half and drawing half a pumpkin, one eye, … Continue reading
1. On black construction paper, kids use ruler to draw frame. The picture drawn within the frame must be attached to part of the frame (see first picture) 2. Cut frame and picture out. Black paper should then be flipped … Continue reading
Paint the bottom of the child’s foot with white paint. the child will carefully step onto black paper. With a black marker, make eyes and a mouth once the paint is dry.
Students cut out a design in black paper. On a piece of white paper, students use crayon, paint, pastels, or markers to make a design. Lay the black paper over this.
Use brown paint on the student’s hand and a bit of the arm to create the tree and trunk. Students then may use paint or crayon to make fall colored leaves.