Thanksgiving is almost here! Get ready by completing a Thankful Turkey! Print the Grateful Turkey Template link to complete your own Grateful Turkeys by adding the things you are grateful for. Finish it off by adding color with crayons, color pencils, or markers.
Project/photo credit to Laura Lee Chambers (2art.chambers).
This week we celebrate Veteran’s Day on Wednesday, November 11th. What is Veteran’s Day? Please see the explanation below:
In honor of our Veterans, you may watch the video linked below from Art for Kids Hub and learn to draw and color a soldier saluting. The great part about these videos, is that you can pause the video along the way so you can draw the picture at your own pace! You may use any drawing and coloring material that you have. You can use any white paper.
Good luck, have fun, and remember to thank a Veteran if you know one! Happy creating!
This week we are going to learn to draw Fall leaves before they all fall to the ground and blow away or get raked up. Watch the video below from Art for Kids Hub and follow along with the video. You may pause the video at any time so that you can work at your own pace.
Happy Halloween Week! All E-Learners and In-Person students will be creating their own Monster faces and Monster hair! You will even be able to give your Monster a haircut! Please open and print the link on your homeroom teacher’s Seesaw page to get started. Choose any Monster template you would like or make all 3. There is also a page of monster eyes for you to use or make your own by using the sample as a guide.
SUPPLIES NEEDED: You may use crayons, color pencils or markers to create your Monster face and hair. You will also need some age appropriate scissors to give your monster a haircut. Have a ghoulish time and happy creating!
Please note: Due to copyright protections, this week’s lesson links will be posted on your teacher’s Seesaw page. Please go to your homeroom teacher’s Seesaw page for the links for this project. Photo/project credit: 2art.chambers, (Lauralee Chambers).
In-Person and E-Learners will follow the steps to create a line and shape pumpkin. Inside the pumpkins, students will create different repeating lines and shapes. You may use a black marker or sharpie marker. Print the blank sample sheet in the link below to get started. Open and/or print the sample sheets below for lines and shapes to use as a guide. Once the lines and shapes are complete, you may color the pumpkin however you would like with crayons, or leave it black and white. Have fun and happy creating!
Happy Fall and Halloween season! It wouldn’t be Fall and Halloween without some candy corn! Our project this week for E-Learners and In-Person students will be to print and color in the Candy Corn Coloring Sheet. The E-Learners will of course complete this project at home, while the In-Person students will complete this project during their weekly scheduled Art Class in school. Instead of the traditional candy corn colors, we will be using the color families to color the candy corn. Please see the Candy Corn sample sheet to the left for further clarification. The sample sheet is available to print by clicking the link as well. Students should color with crayons, markers, or color pencils, each of the 5 candy corn pieces with the following color families:
1-WARM COLORS-red, orange, yellow 2-COOL COLORS-green, blue, purple 3-PRIMARY COLORS-red, yellow, blue 4-SECONDARY COLORS-orange, green, purple 5-YOUR CHOICE-can be traditional candy corn colors, line patterns, rainbow colors, etc.
As always, feel free to email me a picture of your work to email@example.com . Have fun and happy creating!Thank you to @2art.chambersfor the inspiration for this project.
Good morning and Happy Tuesday! Students will be practicing Color Mixing by completing the Color Mixing Worksheet. If you have some primary colored play dough or Model Magic, specifically the colors red, yellow, and blue play-doh (any brand will work) that will be great. If not, here is a simple salt doh recipe from to make your own homemade dough.
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Separate into 3 batches. Use food coloring to create 1 red batch, 1 yellow batch, and 1 blue batch, each in a separate bowl. YOUR HANDS WILL GET DYE ON THEM. They will eventually come clean with soap and water. 🙂
Students will folow the prompts on the worksheet to pratice mixing little pieces of play-doh to create the secondary colors of green, orange, and purple. Of course it helps if they say the magic words we sometimes use in Art Class of: abra-cadabra, hocus pocus, ala-cazam, sha-zam, bippity, boppity, boo. Students can press pieces of each color onto the worksheet in the appropriate spaces.
As always, feel free to email me a picture of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org . Have fun and happy creating!
Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students have been learning about and reviewing Colors, Primary Colors, Secondary Colors, and Color Mixing. This week we will talk about artist Piet Mondrian and his famous artwork called “Broadway Boogie Woogie”. Mondrian liked to use the Primary Colors in his work. He used abstract art in this piece of art to relate to the area of Broadway in New York City. He used a grid to represent the streets, and the primary colors and simple shapes to represent the lights, buildings and taxi cars. Please see his artwork to the left and have the students print and complete the Mondrian Coloring Worksheet with crayons, color pencils, or markers. Here is a copy of a completed Mondrian Coloring Worksheet sample to help you. Click on the coloring worksheet words and the coloring worksheet sample words to open both links.
Students may also enjoy the video of the song “The Red and Yellow Blues” from the album “Songs in the Key of Art.” Click on the song name for the link.
Feel free to email me a picture of your work to: email@example.com Make sure your name and class code is on the front of your paper. (K-8, K-9, 1-10, 1-11, 2-30, 2-32 ). Have fun and Good Luck!