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6th grade art

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6th Grade Roy Lichtenstein Self Portraits

6th Graders did a really nice job on this project. We started off by learning a lot about the artist Roy Lichtenstein. We watched this video and read through this handout. As much as I hated to, I

Oil Pastel Candle Art Lesson - THAT ART TEACHER

Try out this oil pastel candle art lesson for illuminating and expressive results! All you need is oil pastels and paper.

I changed this project up slightly bf or the last time I taught it, and the results are just as beautiful! Instead of 12×18 white paper as the base, we used 12×12 black paper. Instead of …

I changed this project up slightly bf or the last time I taught it, and the results are just as beautiful! Instead of 12×18 white paper as the base, we used 12×12 black paper. Instead of …

Elements of the Art Room: 5th grade Jim Dine inspired paintbrushes

A couple of art classes ago, 5th grade started their Jim Dine and Lauralee Chambers inspired paintbrushes! They covered many art practices with this project, and I'm very proud of their results! Here's how we created them! Materials: Pencils 60lb Sax drawing paper Sharpie markers Crayola Artista II watercolors Big Kid's Choice paintbrushes charcoal pencils Day 1: Talk about Jim Dine, and show examples of his and other students' work. Then, I lead them in a directed drawing of how to draw…

5th Grade Art Lessons – Art with Mrs Filmore

Please Note: All images seen below are of my students artwork only. These photos/lessons are not posted in any particular order regarding the flow of my curriculum. OP ART- “3D PAPER CONE DRA…

6th grade art: Charcoal and Pastel Owls (focus: drawing BIG, visual texture, and value)

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to have 2 bonus class periods with my 6th graders while my current middle school group (8th grade) was in Washington, D.C. for the annual 7th/8th grade travel week. Because I hadn't had my 6's in a couple of months, and I only had a little over 1 hour of usable art making time with them, I knew I needed a project that would get them excited and keep them on task so that we would have finished pieces of art at the end of our time together. I decided that…

Each student chose a silhouette for their Element of Design Accordion Booklet and illustrated examples on each panel. The project reminded me of a similar project I had done in college while in Des…

Each student chose a silhouette for their Element of Design Accordion Booklet and illustrated examples on each panel. The project reminded me of a similar project I had done in college while in Des…