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SunRays and CornRows

Mrs. Savoie's Friday 5th grade class (above; Madison B., Haden, Madison N., Alexis B., Muhammad, Ashwin, Jude & Joel) Mrs. Maddox's Class, 5th grade (above) Elaina, Hanna, Braden, Morgan, Katie & Christina Mrs. Kearly's 5th grade class (above) Rachel J, Sarah, Rachel E and Arushi INSTRUCTIONS for ASSIGNMENT Always begin lightly with a pencil... This will have many parts to erase as students go through. Need; eraser, ruler, pencil, step by step barn handout, washable markers, watercolor…

One Point Perspective Pumpkin Patch Landscape

I wanted a cool one-point perspective lesson that didn't involve the typical 'cityscape'. So Grade 6's did a farm landscape instead. I did a brief lesson on the basics of one-point perspective. The kids had to include a scarecrow up-close, anywhere in the foreground, and a barn, farmhouse, etc. in the far background. Pumpkins needed to be scattered in the field in the middle ground and in varying sizes, depending on their location. We wanted these pictures to give a real sense of 'near' and…

Totem Pole Clip Art Set (of the Pacific Northwest)

Build your own totem pole with this colorful, beautifully detailed totem pole set. Great addition to activities about the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and British Columbia. Each element is separate to allow for various creative combinations. Set depicts the following: + be...

One Point Perspective Pumpkin Patch Landscape

I wanted a cool one-point perspective lesson that didn't involve the typical 'cityscape'. So Grade 6's did a farm landscape instead. I did a brief lesson on the basics of one-point perspective. The kids had to include a scarecrow up-close, anywhere in the foreground, and a barn, farmhouse, etc. in the far background. Pumpkins needed to be scattered in the field in the middle ground and in varying sizes, depending on their location. We wanted these pictures to give a real sense of 'near' and…

How Raven Stole The Sun - A Native American Raven Legend - Layers of Learning

A free printable booklet of my favorite Raven legend, How Raven Stole The Sun, for kids to illustrate.

The Premier Paint & Wine Bar - Manchester, NH | Muse Paintbar

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How to Draw a Cartoon Turkey · Art Projects for Kids

Learn how to draw a cartoon turkey and add some extra personality to this iconic bird. A fun and simple hat will do the trick.

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Fall-themed Agamographs for Elementary Kids

** ON SALE FOR THANKSGIVING 2020 ** This set of my unique agamographs includes designs for Fall, Thanksgiving, and Halloween that your students will absolutely love. There are 6 different agamograph designs in total. I've also included writing materials to support your work with descriptive writing,...

How To Draw Indian Corn (Flint Corn) - Art For Kids Hub -

Fall is the season to reflect on the wonderful things that you have been blessed with. As you and your kids follow along in this lesson be sure to ask your kids what they are grateful for. I promise that conversation will not disappoint. So, grab those markers and learn how to draw Indian corn …

Harvest Banner

Now you can make your own Indian corn harvest banners for home, school or festivals with my latest PDF mural template. Buy it once and create as many giant ears of Indian corn that you could ever possibly need. My sample has pretty realistic colors, but you could go abstract too with bright random c...

Social Studies: Native American Projects in the Classroom

If you're like me, teaching social studies is near and dear to your heart. In this post you will find a few ideas about creating meaningful projects in the classroom to help your students understand some Native American history. When creating the projects I've kept in mind time, money and skill level. Native Americans created pictures on rocks to record their tribal history. These pictures could be done by drawing, painting or carving into the rock. The southwestern United States contains…

Carl's Glass Gems Corn Painting

COLORED PENCIL The 2 above are done with colored pencil on paper. (Prisma Brand on the construction paper, Crayola Brand on the white paper) CRAYONS The 2 above are done with Crayola Crayons on manilla (left) and white (right). TEMERA CAKES Above Painting is done with Water and Tempera paint. white Crayon is used before where highlights should go and a resist method is used when painted over with water paint. How to Draw the Corn on the Cob... GETTING STARTED I am so in love with this…

Elementary Art Lesson Plan. Marker Print Video demonstration and lesson plans.

Introduce your elementary students to printmaking with this fun fall lesson. This 3 day lesson is based around pop art and the work of John Clem Clarke with suggestions for extending to a fourth day if needed.Everything you need to get started is included in this bundle. I have included a suggested...