36 Elementary Art Lessons for Kids - one for every week of the school year! Perfect for homeschool families, teachers, scout leaders, and parents!  via @hiHomemadeBlog

36 Elementary Art Lessons for Kids

36 Elementary Art Lessons for Kids - one for every week of the school year! Perfect for homeschool families, teachers, scout leaders, and parents! via @hiHomemadeBlog

Cardboard Circle Weaving With Kids. Fun recycled yarn art!

Cardboard Circle Weaving With Kids. Combine fine motor practice and art in this really cool activity. Quick and easy to set up. Get all the directions at: www.

Fourth Grade artists started this project by each receiving a laminated landscape and worked with a friend to find the foreground, middlegr...

Fourth Grade artists started this project by each receiving a laminated landscape and worked with a friend to find the foreground, middlegr.

popsicle stick art project from Tiny Rotten Peanuts

Popsicle Stick Art - Trace 'Em

This would be a great primary and secondary color lesson, make the Popsicle sticks primary colors and anywhere they overlap would be the secondary color. Popsicle stick art project from Tiny Rotten Peanuts

“There’s only one you in this great big world. Make it a better place.”

Every Single Student Paints One Rock For The Coolest Elementary Art Project, Ever

I have done many different Piet Mondrian inspired art activities.  But this one is now my absolute favorite and so easy to do!  These were all done by Kindergarten and Grade One students.   The childr

Piet Mondrian (ARTventurous)

I have done many different Piet Mondrian inspired art activities. But this one is now my absolute favorite and so easy to do! These were all done by Kindergarten and Grade One students. The childr

Elements of Art Definition Cards - Printable Sheets -

Elements of Art Interactive Page

Elements of Art Definition Cards - Printable Sheets - ---------------------------------------------------- Simple formal elements to consider in my work and evaluation.

a faithful attempt

Foil Embossing with 6 grade. Use cereal box, yarn, aluminum foil, glue, and sharpies

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