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Third grade art

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Abstract Paper Portrait Art Lesson

The paper portrait is fun and easy way to create portraits for your students.This project for 3rd or 4th grade usually takes three, 45-minute class periods.

Artolazzi: Line Owls

In Art class, third graders have been studying different types of lines. Students created a step by step drawing of an owl, drawing one line at a time. Third graders really focused on neat tracing, painting, cutting and gluing for this project. Way to go third graders! Your owls are a hoot!

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4th grade artists are learning about the contemporary artist Heather Galler, Folk Art, and Landscapes.  We created our own landscapes in the...

4th grade artists are learning about the contemporary artist Heather Galler, Folk Art, and Landscapes. We created our own landscapes in the...

In the Art Room: Why Bingo Daubers are an Art Teacher's Best Friend

My name is Cassie Stephens and I'M IN LOVE WITH BINGO DAUBERS. There. I've said it. It's finally off my chest. And I'm here today to tell you that if you've not discovered the magical wonders of bing

Into The Woods Road Art Studio: Third Grade Totem Poles

As apart of our Native American unit to follow our Wacky Weavings, we learned about the significance of totem poles and that they were (and still are) made by native tribes who lived in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The keys word for this project was STYLIZE. We learned that some artists stylize their work by changing shapes, colors, and/or textures, in order to give their work their own personal touch. Each student created one stylized animal in the style of a real totem…

Zilker Elementary Art Class: Human Proportions and Color Schemes

Third grade artists are drawing from observation, looking closely at the art room's wooden mannequins. We discussed Proportion, which is a...

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Moving Line Project    "How to make a line move?"... is the question that third grade students were asked.    We discussed vertical, hori...

Moving Line Project "How to make a line move?"... is the question that third grade students were asked. We discussed vertical, horizontal and wavy lines. Vertical lines seem tall and strong. Horizontal lines in a work of art seem placid or calm. While wavy and diagonal lines show movement. Students in third grade drew diagonal lines across their 8 1/2" X 12" paper and colored inside those lines using various colors of markers. Supplies Needed: One sheet of white construction paper, 9"x12"…

Third graders will be starting to hone their cursive writing technique next week in art class. The kids are always so excited about learning to write cursive. Last year I tried a cursive writing pr...

Third graders will be starting to hone their cursive writing technique next week in art class. The kids are always so excited about learning to write cursive. Last year I tried a cursive writing pr…

Bug Collage Project · Art Projects for Kids

Save your old food magazines for this bug collage project. The shiny and colorful fruit has a whole new look when viewed as bug parts.