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Use color diffusion paper (most craft stores should carry this)- kids will use markers on paper. Spray over marker with water to create this unique look.
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.
Students tear both the trunk of the tree and the leaves in this fall art project.
The mix is shaving foam in a tray with paint dribbled over it. You take a print with paper and when you peel it off you pull a squidgey down the page ( the thing you use to clean windows) … Continue reading
Horizontal lines must be cut into the green part of the tree. Choose at least 2 colors to weave into the green part of the tree. Alternate in and out as you weave.
This project can be done by either having students cut small pieces of paper, or having them tear the paper. Also, instead of drawing and coloring the tree trunk, you might have them do a rubbing to show texture, or … Continue reading
From makingfriends.com You need: Wax Paper Fall Leaves Crayon Shavings Adult with Iron Newspaper Instructions: Cover work surface with newspapers. Sprinkle a small amount of crayon shavings on a piece of wax paper. Arrange leaves on top. Sprinkle more crayon … Continue reading