Oil Pastel Witch Hat Drawings | Make and Takes
Black paper and oil pastels are one of my most favorite art time combinations. My girls and I had fun designing our own wacky witch hats, just in time for Halloween decorating! This is an open-ended project that is fun for little and big kids. Moms and dads might enjoy designing their own hats, too … Continued
Most of the witch themed lessons I found focused on the bottom half of the witch. I guess her shoes and stockings are more interesting than the rest of her! Here's a few ideas. Ms Sass Classroom Blog KidsArtists Blog We Heart Art Blog Art Room Blog These are some great paper mache witch boots. I made one of these, but I haven't finished it yet. Some of the images above are from the site All Things Crafty
4th grade Halloween houses
We are getting an early start on Halloween this year in 4th grade! We did these Halloween houses by drawing them together step by step in white colored pencil on black paper. We discussed all the whimsial details they could add, such as pumpkins, ghosts, curly trees, black cats, and stars. If you have students that do not celebrate Halloween, they can leave off the ghosts and jack-o-lanterns, and just have pumpkins for fall "funhouses." I reminded students that they shouldn't be too worried…
Witch Legs Craft
I saw this SUPER CUTE craft on flickr by artsy_T . I think I ended up there from a google search awhile ago. Please check them out. They w...
Made by a student of grade 4 You need: white drawing sheet liquid water colour paint brush black construction paper cutting knife and mat glue black marker white chalk pastel carbon paper pattern Paint a white sheet with yellow and orange liquid water colour paint. Enlarge the pattern and trace it on the black sheet using carbon paper. Put a cross in the parts that have to been cut. Cut the pattern and paste it on the coloured sheet. Draw Halloween details with black marker. Use the white…