Jungle art projects
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Elements of the Art Room: 3rd Grade Painted Paper Henri Rousseau and Cassie Stephens inspired Tiger Collage
Belle Marien saved to Elementary
This is a fun way to build a textured canvas. Children use black glue on black construction paper to outline the frog. Then use colored oil pastels to fill him in. The results are stunning
Create a fun little rainforest frog with Mrs. K and stay tuned for a short meditation at the end of the video!
Gillian Irving saved to Art Ideas
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Alexandra Popovskaya saved to Cool ideas
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sofia almaraz saved to drawing easy
Teacher Sample One of my students was desperate to do a sloth project, and made her wishes clear each time we met for class. Eventually, the whole class was behind this request. To appease their yearnings and fulfill their wishes, I developed this hanging sloth project using watercolor with crayon resist for my group of 7 year olds. The results were just amazing - too adorable - and the kids were wild for this project. They all went home to make many more sloths on their own. See my…
These Henri Rousseau Art Projects for Kids help us learn more about the artist's work, his love for jungles and lessons from his life - about never giving up!
Stephanie Egan saved to Henri Rousseau
Today I had a 2 hour Animal Art Fun workshop for children ages 6-12. This wide age range posed a challenge for me to create projects appropriate for 1st graders thru 6th. I thought these multi media pop art chimps were basic enough for my younger students, yet would work well for my middle schoolers. I gave the children acrylics in blue, yellow, orange and hot pink with no water to clean their brushes. I encouraged them to start with the lightest color - yellow, and fill their board with…
Sara Underwood Poole saved to aj art
photo credit We are always on the lookout to create art that does not HAVE to be incredibly colorful. In fact, there are times where I invite the students to practice RESTRAINT - using only 2-4 colors. This lesson would be great for a rain forest discussion or a study on Henri Rousseau. I have a video of our version of a snake art lesson:
I'm so excited to share with you just how amazingly awesome these exotic birds by my second graders turned out! If you subscribe to my YouTube channel, then you might already be familiar with this vi
Andrea Jewett saved to Clay!