Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg

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Pencil shavings

Playing with pencil shavings - Martaltes.com

Pencil Shavings are a Fun way to doodle and decorate during craft time! As you can see, using different colored pencils can give you a different border or edge on whatever your using your pencils shavings to decorate! When decorating with kids, you can get inspirations from Pinterest and other fun resources online that will help mold exactly what you...

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Creative play is a fantastic activity for opening children's imaginations up to the endless possibilities that a page (even torn or bent) and some paint offers.

Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg book review and related activities on damsonlane.com

Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg

Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg is a fantastic story to inspire children to explore their own creativity without fear.

Mrs. Taylor's Artopolis: Barney Saltzberg's Beautiful Oops! Creative Challenge by 2nd and 3rd Grades

Barney Saltzberg's Beautiful Oops! Creative Challenge by 2nd and 3rd Grades

This was such a fun lesson on how mistakes can create opportunities in art! After reading Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg, I had my ...

"Beautiful Oops author with a classroom. Great demonstration for creative problem solving with littles."

Barney Saltzberg's Beautiful Oops, full video

A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It's OK to make a mistake. In fact, hooray for mistakes! A mistake is an adventure in creativity...

Mrs. Taylor's Artopolis: Barney Saltzberg's Beautiful Oops! Creative Challenge by 2nd and 3rd Grades

Barney Saltzberg's Beautiful Oops! Creative Challenge by 2nd and 3rd Grades

This was such a fun lesson on how mistakes can create opportunities in art! After reading Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg, I had my ...

Lemon juice on watercolor paintings = fun shapes to draw around. Art Projects for Kids

Mixing textures into paints

Mixing Textures into Paint - The Imagination Tree

Set up an investigative art experiment mixing textures into paint to see what effect each one creates! A lovely hands-on, multi-sensory art activity for everyone to enjoy. Welcome to the next in our on-going series of Exploring Reggio , where we look at the ideas of Reggio Emilia philosophies and experiment with our own interpretations...Read More »

Javier Perez Estrella - seeing the world differently. Everything is an opportunity for art

Javier Perez Estrella - seeing the world differently. Everything is an opportunity for art

Seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary

Instagram Experiments

Random artwork published in my Instagram profile.

Conceptual Photos of Everyday Objects Combined with Whimsical Drawings by Javier Perez

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Javier Perez (cintascotch) – Designer from Ecuador

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Javier Pérez aka cintascotch, is an audiovisual producer and partner of the digital agency "Cafeína" (Guayaquil-Ecuador). He have won several awards of posters, illustration and animation. He became known worldwide for his project "Instagram Experiments" where he combines illustrations with real objects. He want people to be able to take a break from the saturation of photos in general. His clients includes: Santillana, Volkswagen, Cosmopolitan, 7UP, Samsung, National Geographic, Money…

added paper to the splatters of paint

smART Class

2nd grade is learning about blending colors and the analogous colors on the color wheel. We used orange and yellow, and blue and green paint to create these drip monsters. Students used a straw to blow the paint to create the body, arms, and legs of their monster. Then they used construction paper to make the face, and add details. I asked them to give their monsters personality. They were also told not to copy anyone, since they have a hard time with that sometimes. We still ended up with…

This was such a fun lesson on how mistakes can create opportunities in art!   After reading Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg, I had my students choose an "oops" from an "oops box," which was full of old scrap paper from previous lessons. I sifted through the scraps ahead of time to ensure a variety of interesting colors and shapes.

Mrs. Taylor's Artopolis

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