Art Projects Made Easy: Recipes for Fun by Linda J Arons

By Linda J Arons

Enjoyable, speedy, and straightforward as pie, those paintings classes are given in an easy recipe structure. the writer contains vocabulary, worthy fabrics, step by step directions, overview strategies, feedback for curriculum integration, and follow-up actions. discover paintings rules, university, crafts, drawing, portray, vacation and seasonal artwork, multicultural artwork, and curriculum connections. the range and scope of those actions will attract either skilled and beginner academics. Grades 1-6.

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Ideas are endless! Cooking Terms features flap puppet Ingredients/Utensils Paper bags Pencils Crayons Construction paper (varied sizes and colors) Glue Face patterns (optional) Fabric, yarn, buttons, foil, glitter, and other decorative materials Directions Teacher: Display a sample paper bag puppet and demonstrate how it "talks" (use a hand inside the bag to open and close the flap). Student: Place a paper bag in front of you so the flap side is toward the front and at the top (Fig. A).  C On construction paper, draw a face (do not include a mouth or a chin), or use a face pattern as a guide.

Does the finished project show good design? Was it done neatly? ). Do a creative writing lesson entitled "If I Were a Circle . " Refer to Round & Round & Round by Tana Hoban, which depicts everyday objects that are in circular form. What Shall We Cook Up Tomorrow? "Circle Art" can be done by drawing or drawing and coloring circles. Designs can also be added to the circles. ) or a combination of shapes. Holiday shapes such as hearts, shamrocks, and pumpkins make nice designs. Page 6 Appetizers (Art Principles) Value Scale Value Painting Cooking Terms black contrast dominant gray middle gray neutrals value value scale white Ingredients/Utensils 12"-x-18" sheets of white paper Black and white tempera paints Paintbrushes Water containers Mixing paper (used in place of a palette) Directions Teacher: Discuss the definition of value (degree of lightness or darkness in a color), and the use of value scales (1-9; 5 is middle gray), contrast, neutrals, and dominant value.

Create stained-glass Christmas pictures. ). ). Student: Fold a sheet of newsprint in half. Draw or trace a figure on the newsprint. Page 39 Paper Mobiles cont. ) Color both sides of the figure with crayons or marking pens. Cut out the figure. Stuff the figure with newspaper and staple closed along its edges. Repeat the above steps, making four more figures. Tie two dowels together with string to form a cross. Fasten string at the top of the figures and attach them to dowels (one at each end of each dowel and one at the center of the cross).

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