Watercolor resist - lesson on water droplets and ripples - texture, color theory, shadow - how would droplets look striking pavement/water/leaves etc?

Watercolor resist - lesson on water droplets and ripples - texture, color theory, shadow - how would droplets look striking pavement/water/leaves etc?-- Use watercolor resist to draw the Parthenon?

Panther's Palette: 1st Grade: Color Birds  Used primary colored Payons to color then added water so the secondary colors would show.

Grade Art: Color Birds - used only primary color Payons then added water to mix *I would have them come up with different animals to give a variety of ideas.

"Wheat Field with Crows" by Vincent Van Gogh  is perfect for practicing layers of oil pastel. #vangogh #artprojectsforkids #PortfolioOilPastels

Van Gogh’s Wheat Field

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Dali Style Spring Birds

T's First Grade Class: Dali Style Spring Birds Warm and cool colours (background and bird)

Changing Leaves" create own leaf template, then traced their leaf (over and over), next background with a black crayon, last paint w/ watercolor paint. Source: The Colorful Art Palette

Kindergarten Fall Lesson with warm colors as the focus Changing Leaves" create own leaf template, then traced their leaf (over and over), next background with a black crayon, last paint w/ watercolor paint. Source: The Colorful Art Palette

Art Projects for Kids

Snowflake Art Trading Cards (Art Projects for Kids)

Art Projects for Kids: Snowflake Art Trading Cards. Punched snowflakes glued to painted watercolor paper. Love these - even little kids could do a series of these in diff winter/Christmas themes, and could gift them to mum and dad as gift tags:)

Marker reflections.  Draw the top half with marker, spray with water, and fold and press to transfer the image.

Color top half with Crayola markers. Spray bottom half with water. Fold paper and press. Incorporate this with a lesson on transferring. Perhaps maybe tie in water reflections?

Fine Lines: Kindergarten Collaborative Shapes using 6"x6" square paper, crayons, primary and secondary colors, brush, and water.

PATTERN/SHAPE-Fine Lines: Kindergarten Collaborative Shapes using square paper, crayons, primary and secondary colors, brush, and water.

Grade 2 worm's eye view of snowman

Grade 2 worm's eye view of snowman, like the use of oil pastel resist plus the brightness of the watercolors! Learn about Perspective with Worm's Eye View and Bird's Eye View paired together!

Sun with waves....simple rhythm lesson or warm/cool

may be too hard for but a different lesson on Primary colours, complementary colours, cool/warm . oooh the possibilities!

Beginning of school year class project- 5th and 6th grade

Art is great way to have the children run their brains through a free hand visuals. Giving them a chance to draw, paint, or crafts is a great way to understand what is going on in their mind.

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