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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
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.
Children create spiderwebs with their pencils first, then trace over the pencil lines with glue. Use silver glitter for the webs. When making the spiders, students should make 8 legs and 2 body parts. Older students can add eyes and … Continue reading
Find a pattern to go with a theme or season. Students carefully cut out the pattern (out of a perfect square). They will need to keep both sections. The number of squares they need will depend on the size of … Continue reading
“Our Class Fits Together Perfectly” or “Room 5 Fits Together Perfectly” Have students draw and color self portraits on “puzzle pieces”. Interlock these pieces once they are finished to create a class bulletin board. Add students names around the puzzle. … Continue reading
This project is a slightly different one then I had first seen. The idea came from meetthedubiens.blogspot.com. In this one, we painted the leaves and used sunflowers in the middle. To see the other version click here. Click here to … Continue reading
This is an example of a simple acrostic poem. Adjust for older students. If this is done with a theme in mind SPRING for example, the art work can be geared toward the words chosen and the theme.
submitted by Nic: http://twitter.com/#!/Nic5Harrison
Submitted by Nic: http://twitter.com/#!/Nic5Harrison The faces were made from clay. They were left to dry out then painted and covered with pva glue to make them shiny.
The leaves were made from clay. They were fired in a kiln and glazed. Submitted by Nic http://twitter.co/#!/Nic5Harrison
From meetthedubiens.blogspot.com Register to become a member of teachertime123.com in order to have access to the entire site. It is brief and free. J is for Jaguar What You’ll Need: orange foam sheet black foam sheet scissors glue black sharpie … Continue reading
from meetthedubiens.com This was a really simple craft that the kids thought was really fun. We cut squares out of orange tissue paper and the kiddos glued them onto some fish shapes that I had cut out. So easy. Here’s … Continue reading