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With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2.  You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on.  Bring some sunshine into your classroom!

Art Project for Preschool up to Grade 2: Ray of Sun Shine - Art Lesson Plan

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eye

Art project for Grade 3 and up. It is able to be done with the younger students... you just need more supervision. :) This is MY favourite Valentine's Day activity. You will need black pencil crayon and coloured felts. At the end, a little bit of tempera paint. Your students will have a self-portrait of themselves blowing hearts. The Wind of Love awakens. Valentine's Day .

Mother's Day Art Activity and Lesson Plan For Kids: Wind of Love

You will need black pencil crayon and coloured felts. ליום המשפחה At the end, a little bit of tempera paint. Your students will have a self-portrait of themselves blowing hearts. The Wind of Love awakens.

Monochromatic  or analogous colors for the background. Darkest colors at the top, changing to lightest. Once painted and dried, went over with black tempera paint to create a silhouette of a tree. They needed at least 5 combinations of colors varying from dark to light for swirls.  Then start adding them in layers (D to L)from the top of the sky, middle, to the bottom.  They chose contrasting color combination for the foreground and tree branches. Last, gold paint to show direction of light

Patterned Tree Designs focusing on monochromatic and analogous colors, color combinations, shading, etc.

elementary art lesson 5th grade coffee cups tempera paint pattern color

CONTINUITY IN COLOR--------------elementary art lesson grade coffee cups tempera paint pattern color. Would love to find this template to make a piece of art for my kitchen!

Birch trees: art lesson for elementary kids.  I love the final product.  I would hang that in my house!

Birch Trees Art Lesson

A perfect Fall or Winter birch tree art project. There are lots of variations to this lesson but kids love to paint the colorful backgrounds.

Process Art for Preschoolers: Painting with Yarn and Tempera Paint

Process Art for Preschoolers: Painting with Yarn

Here's another fun and easy process art project for preschoolers- painting with yarn or string. My kids loved exploring all the designs they could create using yarn as their painting tool!

Chinese porcelain project...I just did a similar one but we drew vases and painted blue designs on them.

DONE (ifspace sept Chinese porcelain project.I just did a similar one but we drew vases and painted blue designs on them.

We've done a few of these and look forward to doing the rest. Wonderful famous artists projects!

Monet art project - Tape the shape of a bridge on a blank paper. Let kids use their fingers (or sponges) with tempera paint to create the background. Peel the tape off and, voila!, a Monet-esque bridge scene is born!

One of my favorite art lessons for kids involves a simple kitchen sponge and tempera paints. If you haven’t tried this lesson before, gather up some kitchen sponges and cut into petal shapes. I promis

Poinsettia Print Project (Deep Space Sparkle)

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