10 Ideas For A Comic Book-Themed Kid's Room
Every house needs a caped crusader with a secret headquarters...even if it is just up the stairs and to the right. Kit out your comics-loving child's room in these funky ideas.
SUPER POST-OPEN HOUSE THEME
Three years ago I ran with a superhero theme during the second to the last week of school. It provided just the right "hook" for my kiddos...
Mrs. T's First Grade Class
Click HERE to Print Monster Clues. I gave each student a list of guidelines they had to use to create a monster, when they were finished I mixed up the papers and they had to find the monster that matched the clues. It was a fun way to end a busy week! We also learned about symmetry. The students used the Amaziograph App to create symmetrical monsters.
4th Grade Pop Art Style Portraits
Fourth grade artists explored the colorful cartoony world of Pop Art through exploration of Pop Art painter Roy Lichtenstein. Students used his same techniques of primary colors, comic book subject matter, text, thick black outlines, and BEN DAY DOTS to create an eye catching comic book style self-portrait! The students created a two-dimensional work that demonstrates awareness of space and composition by filling the page with their self-portrait and text bubble. Students identified…
Gr. 1: Self-Portrait as a Superhero
WEST MIDDLETON ART SMARTIES: Gr. 1: Self-Portrait as a Superhero (colored pencil, Sharpie outline over action painting)
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Cardboard Cityscape art project - use card board & popcicle sticks. Paint all black & then use oil pastels for color.
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Who's Behind That Mask?
Materials: - White Drawing Paper - Practice Paper - Oval Tracer - Pencils - Black Marker - Markers/ Colored Pencils - Brads - Scisso...