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Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: Fourth Grade Landscapes

Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: Fourth Grade Landscapes

Value - sketch book warm-up for value lesson and tie in with lines.

Value - sketch book warm-up for value lesson and tie in with lines.

Elementary Art. 3rd Grade Tints and Shades. Landscape Blue Ridge Mountains. Art teacher Jennifer Lipsey Edwards

Elementary Art. 3rd Grade Tints and Shades. Landscape Blue Ridge Mountains. Art teacher Jennifer Lipsey Edwards

Elements of Art Definition Cards - Printable Sheets -

Elements of Art Interactive Page

Elements of Art Definition Cards - Printable Sheets -

Buildings in one point perspective..... 3 palazzi prospettiva

Buildings in one point perspective..... 3 palazzi prospettiva

Paint Like Pollock: Art Project for Grades K-2 | Deep Space Sparkle

Paint Like Pollock: Art Project for Grades K-2

Paint Like Pollock: Art Project for Grades K-2 | Deep Space Sparkle

Draw a Vanishing Point Road. Free PDF tutorial download. #vanishingpoint #howtodraw

How to Draw Perspective Landscape

Draw a Vanishing Point Road. Free PDF tutorial download. #vanishingpoint #howtodraw

Value ice cream cones - 2nd grade

Value ice cream cones - 2nd grade

Super Cubism / Picasso art project for kids! Love this!

Super Cubism / Picasso art project for kids! Love this!

First graders finishing up their Andy Warhol inspired hand artwork to end the year!

First graders finishing up their Andy Warhol inspired hand artwork to end the year!

EARTH DAY, CLOSE READS UNIT, COLLABORATIVE POSTER, WRITING ACTIVITY | Earth Day is a wonderful spring celebration around the world. In April, Schools around the world come together to recognize our beautiful planet Earth. Your students will enjoy learning about the history, symbols, meanings, and the importance of Earth Day with the components of this engaging, helpful resource!

EARTH DAY, CLOSE READS UNIT, COLLABORATIVE POSTER, WRITING ACTIVITY | Earth Day is a wonderful spring celebration around the world. In April, Schools around the world come together to recognize our beautiful planet Earth. Your students will enjoy learning about the history, symbols, meanings, and the importance of Earth Day with the components of this engaging, helpful resource!

Painting like Michelangelo -- such a cute idea and a great art history lesson too! #teaching #art #history

Painting like Michelangelo -- such a cute idea and a great art history lesson too! #teaching #art #history

Remember the classic book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar? Here’s a kids craft that will go right along with the beloved story. All you need is some red and green paint, a paintbrush and some white paper for this project. Click in for full instructions, courtesy of Crafty Morning.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Toe Print Craft For Kids

Remember the classic book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar? Here’s a kids craft that will go right along with the beloved story. All you need is some red and green paint, a paintbrush and some white paper for this project. Click in for full instructions, courtesy of Crafty Morning.

pointillism for 3rd and 4th graders. Third and Fourth Grade pointillism project. Still life.

pointillism for 3rd and 4th graders. Third and Fourth Grade pointillism project. Still life.

It's Art Day!: Monet's Pond. A great project even for students with fine motor challenges and other special learning needs. Get all the directions at: http://itisartday.blogspot.com/2015/02/kindergarten-reflection-collage.html

It's Art Day!: Monet's Pond. A great project even for students with fine motor challenges and other special learning needs. Get all the directions at: http://itisartday.blogspot.com/2015/02/kindergarten-reflection-collage.html

Experimenting with movement, shadow casting, and art! Students can create figures from tinfoil, clay, pipecleaners, or other materials, then draw how they believe the shadow would appear. For very young students, they can trace and color the shadow their figure makes when lit with a flashlight.

Experimenting with movement, shadow casting, and art! Students can create figures from tinfoil, clay, pipecleaners, or other materials, then draw how they believe the shadow would appear. For very young students, they can trace and color the shadow their figure makes when lit with a flashlight.