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Art for Small Hands: Printing Repeats - The children cut animal figures from styrofoam and print them repeatedly on collages made with tissue paper. For ages 9 to 13. Plan for 3 sessions. Look at the greats; no child is too young for art history. Look at the world; learning to make art is learning to see and find pleasure in details. Exploring Eric Carle.

Art for Small Hands: Printing Repeats - The children cut animal figures from styrofoam and print them repeatedly on collages made with tissue paper. For ages 9 to Plan for 3 sessions.

Hues, shades, tints.

Talvinen maisema --- Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints. The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students.

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Les animaux de l'Artique: Arts plastiques - Animals of the Arctic: Magazine Art

little trees growing by rettgrayson, via Flickr.  I need to adapt this for my students with special needs.  Love the colors and shapes.

"Little Trees Growing" by Loretta Grayson. These originals are oils. Thinking grade could maybe do this as a paper mosaic and maybe zentangle tree trunk.

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October Theme: The four seasons Learning objective: How a tree looks in all four seasons and how the leaves change.

Pop Art Coca-Cola

Coca Cola Pop Art - cool idea for grade. Print off the actual object and paint/draw around each one! Make background, draw on foam and print on top.

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