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First grade art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for First grade art. Get inspired and try out new things.
Art Projects for Kids: How to Draw a Fox - the kids loved this one! They turned out looking like each student had drawn a portrait of themselves as a fox. So cute.

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reggie laurent "shapely" abstractions  End of year, clear the scrap box project

Reggie Laurent is a modern art painter who lives in the Atlanta, Georgia area. He often works on black canvas, painting his organic shapes and squiggles first in white and then covering them in colored acrylic. My fifth graders have viewed the work of Reggie Laurent, and while they would LOVE to emulate his stule of acrylic-on-canvas, it just isn't in our budget! SOOOO, we did the next best thing: cut paper on black. Students used paper from the scrap box and glued it onto a sheet of 12x18…

Kindergarteners are learning the weaving skill using a subject of great beauty in our world - tropical...

Kindergarteners are learning the weaving skill using a subject of great beauty in our world - tropical fish! After discussing the shapes found on a poster like this one, we drew large ovals and preppe

The sun will come out! Do you need to reintroduce a warm and cool concept in a colorful way? Here is a fun lesson that incorporates line and color. My students really enjoy creating these ad…

The sun will come out! Do you need to reintroduce a warm and cool concept in a colorful way? Here is a fun lesson that incorporates line and color. My students really enjoy creating these ad…

1st Grade, Bug line drawings and paintings

An adorable bug paintings lessons that didn't require too much prep. Using pan or puck tempera paints that are perfect for stacking, sharing, and setting

The lesson plan blog of fifth-year elementary art teacher Mrs. Nguyen (Formerly Ms. Gram).

Today was day one of week three and man oh man has it been interesting so far (aside from a kindergartener throwing up on my brand new carpet today)! As many of you know I started at a brand new school this year - so I've had to start from scratch with my art program! I'm not sure why I just expected that the county would give me additional money for start up supplies (scissors, rulers, etc.)... cauuuuseee that didn't happen. In fact every art teacher in our county lost $50 each from our…

Color Mixing on Coffee Filters- Primary colors are one of the first art concepts I like to introduce young kids to in art. First, because they are a basic building block for for understanding how to make all kinds of things. And second, because mixing colors is kind of magical. Color mixing on coffee filters is a fun introduction to what happens when those primary colors mix together!

Color Mixing on Coffee Filters- Primary colors are one of the first art concepts I like to introduce young kids to in art. First, because they are a basic building block for for understanding how to make all kinds of things. And second, because mixing colors is kind of magical. Color mixing on coffee filters is a fun introduction to what happens when those primary colors mix together!