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Upper elementary art

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Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: Fifth grade Grant Wood Parodies

5th grade artists had fun learning about the artwork by Grant Wood, "American Gothic." We also watched the video, "Dropping in on Grant Wood," and talked about what a parody is. We looked a large variety of ways that people have done parodies of this famous American artwork. We then researched and designed our own Grant Wood parody, and then sketched 2 different ideas on a sketch paper. After choosing our best idea, we transferred it onto a larger paper. We loved looking at each other's…

Avatar self-portraits are a fun way to get students to make an identity art project and also write a personal mission statement! See the pages I made to make avatar drawing easy! You'll love all that you learn about your students through this art lesson that is perfect for upper elementary and middle school students!

Avatar self-portraits are a fun way to get students to make an identity art project and also write a personal mission statement! See the pages I made to make avatar drawing easy! You'll love all that you learn about your students through this art lesson that is perfect for upper elementary and middle school students!

25 Awesome 2D Art Projects for Secondary Artists » Make a Mark Studios

After nearly a decade of teaching secondary students, I've had a lot of time to test out a variety of 2d art projects. Let's face it: as teachers, sometimes we plan and plan and plan. We are so excited to deliver the project, and then... it flops. Students are uninterested and the final products aren't

Line zentangle design with watercolor paint in upper elementary art

Students in grades 4-6 created these fun layered line designs! We began by doing layers of different types of lines. The only requirements were that they should go from one edge of the page to another and stay relatively thin. We looked at lots of different examples of patterns and lines for inspiration. Next, students added more lines that needed to overlap to create depth in space. During the final class, students needed to use paint to create a strong contrast between the lines and the…

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Art Room Britt: Ted Harrison Canadian Landscapes

I was so excited to finally do this project with all my classes (6-7 year olds, 8-13 year olds, and adult class). I love Ted Harrison's landscapes. The simplified, reduced shapes are accessible to all age groups, while the movement and dancing line work keeps things exciting and lively. And of course his use of tints and shades are a great opportunity for students to get to know the potential of a limited palette. Ted Harrison Canadian Yukon landscapes Discussion: To begin, we looked at…