crayons Learning Objectives: To encourage students to use 95 collage to create an image, with small detail. Grade: 2nd grade Time: two-three 60 min class Materials: 9"x18" black paper assorted smaller colored paper pencils scissors Elmers glue construction paper crayons Sharpie markers Learning Objectives: To introduce students to the artwork of Charles Sheerer To give students the opportunity to practice their cutting. Then after a few minutes of everyone making those items I call the kids back over to the rug and we brainstorm a list of things you might see on a farm. Their lists consisted of "primary colors, white background, black lines, geometric shapes, horizontal and vertical shapes, no diagonals." They then created one collage in the style of Mondrian, and a second collage in the style they called "Not Mondrian". The color variations are called tints and shades. Are you 13 or older? Salt is added to some sections of watercolor to create a textured look. For some classes this was done using markers and crayons, and for other classes it was done using pieces of ripped paper. All the papers were passed around the room and each student had to write one positive words about each other student as the papers were passed. . They also looked at his use of the primary colors.
The first step was to have the students draw their trees. E) This lesson is inspired by the story of "Beauty and Beast". To give students the chance to practice painting within clear lines, and experiment with colors, tints, and shadings 4 Square / 4 Color Design Students reviewed the word "collage" and what it meant before beginning their talk about their new project. (Not too much, not too little, just right) To introduce students to abstract, and non-representational art Insect Anatomy Students learn about the anatomy of an insect in their classrooms so as an interdisciplinary connection they had to create an insect in Art class. We discussed the difference between warm and cool colors.