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

By Linda J Arons

Fun, quickly, and straightforward as pie, those paintings classes are given in an easy recipe structure. the writer comprises vocabulary, important fabrics, step by step directions, assessment options, feedback for curriculum integration, and follow-up actions. discover paintings rules, college, crafts, drawing, portray, vacation and seasonal artwork, multicultural paintings, and curriculum connections. the diversity and scope of those actions will entice either skilled and amateur lecturers. Grades 1-6.

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Stirring In the Curriculum Use in conjunction with mathematics lessons on shapes, counting, parallel lines, etc. ). What Shall We Cook Up Tomorrow? Combine toothpicks and marshmallows to make sculptures. Put glue on end of toothpick and push into marshmallow. Page 46 Bread Making (Crafts) Junk Sculptures Note: Provide the materials and just let your students go! ) Paint (optional) Directions Teacher: Discuss sculpture in terms of its three-dimensional aspect, its balance, and its aesthetics. Place junk objects on a table at the front or center of the classroom.

Fill in the centers with yarn pieces, going in different directions to create varying textures. Cut the yarn to fit where necessary. Remember to apply glue a little at a time to prevent it from drying too soon. Tasting Critique Does the finished project show good design and composition? If representational, can the objects be recognized? Was it done neatly? ). What Shall We Cook Up Tomorrow? Yarn gluing can be used to make greeting cards or as a craft to cover bottles, jars, cans, and boxes. Page 34 Salads and Vegetables (Collage) Stained Glass Note: Great for window display!

Put glue on end of toothpick and push into marshmallow. Page 46 Bread Making (Crafts) Junk Sculptures Note: Provide the materials and just let your students go! ) Paint (optional) Directions Teacher: Discuss sculpture in terms of its three-dimensional aspect, its balance, and its aesthetics. Place junk objects on a table at the front or center of the classroom. Student: Begin gluing junk objects onto a piece of cardboard. Continue adding objects, building the sculpture as high and as wide as desired.

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