Whether it is paint, oil pastel, crayon, or anything else you could think of (yarn, paper, sequins...), 8th grade students are showing what they know about value through the process of making portraits.
I did this lesson today with 6th 7th and 8th grade, but I have done simpler versions with 4th and 5th in prior years. We drew spooky houses on watercolor paper. I gave them a few example of houses. They started with the basic shape, a rectangle or square. Then they could choose a triangular … Continue reading Middle School Spooky Houses