Winter Rain Watercolor Resist
Am I the only one who is ready for this Winter to be over? Spring Break is right around the corner and we still have freezing temperatures here!! This week we have been looking at the ugly, freezing, dark skies and rain. We wanted to turn it into something beautiful! Begin with a white crayon and draw the horizon line. there should be a big emphasis on drawing OVALS instead of circles. Students figured out that you can see the white crayon BETTER when the paper in on their stool UNDER the…
Inspired by the melted crayon art, I created this splatter paint project so I could talk to my Kindergarteners about the weather in the spring, "April showers bring May flowers!" They LOOOVED getting messy with the splatter paint. And the kids who don't consider themselves artists loved that they didn't have to touch their brush to their paper! Lots of fun!
ALUMNES DE PRIMER (6 ANYS) Ahir quan vam arribar a l'escola, teníem el patí ple de bassals d'aigua. Havia plogut tota la nit i el cel estava tapat. Hem aprofitat per a dibuixar-nos amb l'impermeable, les botes i uns paraigües ben virolats. Primer ens hem fixat molt bé amb la forma d'un paraigua. Després amb un full DIN-A-3, ceres i aquarel·la hem fet aquests dibuixos i així ens han quedat.
Fun with Photoshop… It hasn’t rained here all summer in Houston Texas, so we made a photo to show our faith that it is going to RAIN soon!! Step one…take photo painting sky Step two- convert to black and white, and adjust contrast, light levels, and sharpen Step three- Paint sky and photograph 4. Now go back to your black and white image, click layer/duplicate layer/okay 5. go to the sky painting image and click select/all ……. then click edit/copy 6. now return to the blk and wht photo of…
Making It Rain: Rain Cloud In A Jar - I Can Teach My Child!
Learn about weather and the water cycle with this easy rain cloud in a jar activity. Find out what makes it rain and the science behind it.
My daughters have been really into blowing paint drips to create beautiful paintings lately. Friday I came up with a fun idea to make turkeys with blow paint feathers. We started with construction paper to make the turkey and used watered down tempera for the drippy paint. The students could decorate the backgrounds if they finished early. This was a one day project. Fifth grade is making drippy paint creatures with cool colors, I will post more later. They are turning out quite fabulous…