To Spin or not to Spin?

Paper plate spin art without the spinner     Choose any paint you have on hand and have the child put dabs or lines of paint colors on the paper plate. Next, invite the child to flip the paper plate over on a large sheet of paper. Then press down firmly with one hand and... Continue Reading →

Abstract Art Effect Created by Pipettes

Here is a fantastic color mixing lesson. This could be a great thing to fill up free time after lessons. Thank you http://casamarias.blogspot.com/ for the fun post. The children created abstract designs by squirting liquid watercolors all over paper towels. We prefer to use glass containers, because one gets to experience the true colors of paint this... Continue Reading →

Under-the-Sea Chalk and Glue Drawings

Under-the-Sea Chalk and Glue Drawings I discovered this lesson while browsing the internet. Thank you Deep Space Sparkle!! Let me know if you can think of a master-work connection. Beasts of the Sea by Matisse? This lesson is aimed at fourth grade students, but could be used for a fifth and sixth as well. For... Continue Reading →

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