Warm and Cool color trees: Great project for fall, as well as for incorporating art, math & nature study.

Warm & Cool Trees

Connect art, math, and science with this project idea - creating trees with warm and cool colors

“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

Students paint rocks inspired by popular children's book to create a colorful landscape design,

puzzle art installation & collaborative project germany tim kelly artist world-wide

puzzle art installation & collaborative project germany tim kelly artist world-wide Have students choose a famous artwork to recreate

Paper cut outs Matisse style! Draw and cut out leaf shapes, use mod podge to glue onto a balloon, leave to dry fully and pop it! So much fun with the kids!!

MODGE PODGE ---Paper cut outs Matisse style! Draw and cut out leaf shapes, use mod podge to glue onto a balloon, leave to dry fully and pop it!

The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle  School Art!: Sculptural Paper Relief March 2005 issue of School Arts Magazine- it was a lesson titled "Relief Sculpture"

The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle School Art!: Sculptural Paper Relief March 2005 issue of School Arts Magazine- it was a lesson titled "Relief Sculpture"

personal silhouette-- this would be neat for the first week of school. Line up photographs underneath and have students guess which picture goes with each silhouette. Interactive bulletin board!

Love this art project idea. Must try to share with our art teacher, or do myself with the kids. Reverse Silhouette Self Portrait idea. From Grade Art with Mrs.

“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

Jessica Moyes' students colored individual rocks and then placed them in the school yard for a stunning display of creativity.

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the eye project (side) A North Park University community art project. Participants made images of fellow North Park students (or in a couple cases, faculty). 67 blocks total, mounted on a gold-leafed circle.guess the kids in the drawing

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