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There's a Wocket in My Pocket - Celebrate Dr. Seuss with Art!

There's a Wocket in My Pocket - Celebrate Dr. Seuss with Art!

Cool way to teach facial proportions.

Art Projects for Kids: Self Portrait Line Drawing Plus Watercolor -premix skin tones in liquid water colors. Double line drawings with sharpie.

"expressive portraits by my 5th graders. We talked about emotions - that all people have them and that it's ok. we talked about the fact that some people only want to hear/see the 'good' emotions, and that it's really not realistic. the kids agreed that sometimes we experience not so great emotions, and those make the good ones seem that much better. they used line and color to convey specific feelings, and then wrote a short description or poem to go w/ it.."

Use line and color to convey specific feelings, and then write a short description or poem to go w/ it.

The ArtRoom: October 2009

The ArtRoom: October 2009 Symmetrical oil pastel faces - draw half and iron paper for the pastel to melt onto the other side.

Dr. Suess style Architecture-- 2nd grade - with Oh the Places You'll Go

Suess Inspired Architecture, gradeDid you know Dr. Suess was also an artist? Suess and draw our own whimsical arc…

Big Face Painting Lesson for early elementary - K or 1. Love the step by step directions in words that you would actually use to guide the kiddos.

Big Face Painting Tutorial

It’s natural for young artists to draw small, so directing them to touch the edge of the paper really opens things up. This formula will work with all kinds of media, and creates a lot of big spaces that are easily colored or painted.

Art Projects for Kids: Adapting Projects for Grade Levels. An art project that works for kinder through 5th graders.

Tumbling Crayons

Art Projects for Kids: Adapting Projects for Grade Levels. An art project that works for kinder through graders.