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“Amira's sticker snowman card.”

“Amira's sticker snowman card.”

Students created these wonderful snowmen in class. Students objective was to create a snowman with a fun (and Tall) hat. Students used markers to draw their snowman on the first day. On the Second day they used bright color paint to fill in the four equal squares of the background. The last part of the project was the best. Students dipped their fingers in white paint to add the snow.

Students create a snowman with a fun (and Tall) hat. Day Students use markers to draw their snowman. Day use bright color paint to fill in the four equal squares of the background. Day Students dip their fingers in white paint to add the snow.

CHILDREN GET THREE PIECES OF GREY DRAWING PAPER. THEY HAVE TO DRAW THE SAME SNOWMEN FACE OR PART OF THE FACE FROM DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW: FRONTAL, OF THE SIDE, FROM ABOVE, FROM THE BOTTOM, UPSIDE DOWN ETC. THE SNOWMEN MUST BE COLOURED WITH OIL PASTELS. OF COURSE THE COLOURS OF ALL DRAWINGS HAVE TO BE THE SAME. OUTLINE EVERYTHING WITH BLACK OIL PASTEL.  GLUE THE THREE SNOWMEN CLOSE UPS ON A MATCHING COLOURED CARDBOARD.

Drawings of the same snowmen face or part of the face from different points of view: front, side, above, from underneath, upside down etc. Colored with oil pastels. Outline everything with black oil pastel.

“More Santa Sticker cards.”

“More Santa Sticker cards.

elementary art clay | ... are a few reasons why I love this third grade clay snowmen project

Here are a few reasons why I love this third grade clay snowmen project: It is a simple clay project that can be made in one 40 minute cl.

Snowmen - LOVE how these turn out....

It's a nice colored pencil/ shading/ teaching value lesson. Medium blue construction paper is used for background, and color is added with a darker shade of blue for the shadow side and white for the lit side.

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