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Now that summer’s here, how do you keep your kids learning, creating, and spending more time outdoors than in front of a screen? One way is with this inspiring little book, “Look What I Did with a Leaf!” by Morteza E. Sohi. This is not so much a read-aloud type of book that you would […] ]]>
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Quilled Paper Designs http://www.teachkidsart.net/quilled-paper-designs/ http://www.teachkidsart.net/quilled-paper-designs/#comments Wed, 28 Aug 2013 02:13:06 +0000 http://www.teachkidsart.net/?p=2145

  Quilling, also known as paper filigree, is an art form that involves rolling and gluing thin strips of paper into various shapes and arranging them to form designs. Quilled paper designs can be very simple or as complex as you have the dexterity and patience for! The art of quilling dates back to the Renaissance when French […] ]]>
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Masterpiece Mosaics: a Collaborative Art Project for Grades K – 8 http://www.teachkidsart.net/masterpiece-mosaics/ http://www.teachkidsart.net/masterpiece-mosaics/#comments Thu, 29 Nov 2012 05:54:06 +0000 http://www.teachkidsart.net/?p=1531

These colorful projects, which I call “Masterpiece Mosaics”, were a collaborative effort by my students in grades K through middle school. Each grade level created their own copy of a famous painting – six masterpieces in all, on display now through Christmas at our local art store. These were really pretty easy to do, and […] ]]>
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Painting Great Greens! http://www.teachkidsart.net/painting-great-greens/ http://www.teachkidsart.net/painting-great-greens/#comments Mon, 25 Jul 2011 20:31:00 +0000 http://biz123.inmotionhosting.com/~teachk5/2011/07/painting-great-greens.html

Green is a color that students often take for granted.  When painting greens, many will default to just using the green in their paint set.  This results in paintings that lack depth and interest.  With some basic color mixing instruction, kids can paint a variety of greens and greatly improve their paintings at the same […] ]]>
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Crayon Resist Easter Card http://www.teachkidsart.net/crayon-resist-easter-card/ http://www.teachkidsart.net/crayon-resist-easter-card/#comments Fri, 15 Apr 2011 03:44:00 +0000 http://biz123.inmotionhosting.com/~teachk5/2011/04/crayon-resist-easter-card.html

Here’s a quick and easy crayon resist project I did with some of my 1st and 2nd graders.  Students folded 12×18 paper in half and painted on the front, for a charming Easter card.  Inside, they wrote: “He is risen!  He is risen indeed!” Materials: 12×18 heavy-weight white construction paper black crayons watercolors (I like […] ]]>
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