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2nd grade art

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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. Abstract Self-Portrait Paintings…

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. Abstract Self-Portrait Paintin…

simple one —but packs in a bunch! It incorporates the Elements of Art- Line, Shape, Color, Value and Texture! We also used overlapping, contrast and pattern in our work!  Students could choose between creating a bunny, bear cub or f

How adorable are these?!? This lesson took (2) art classes to finish (and I had JUST enough time to squeeze in one more lesson before the end of the year)! It’s a simple one —but packs in a bunch! …

1st Grade Fishbowls Here’s one more lesson I used for first grade this year on drawing from simple shapes. Materials: square paper, pencils, erasers, Crayola construction paper crayons and or oil pastels. We begin with a large circle in the center of the paper, then an oval at the top, for the opening of the … Continue reading Fishbowls

Fishbowls Art Lesson is for Grades K-3. Using crayons, marker and oil pastels in this lesson, make a great review or introduction to mixed media art.

Art with Mr. Giannetto: 2nd Grade Robots

Welcome to Art class at B. Bernice Young School! I'm your Art Teacher, Mr. Giannetto (Mr. G). I'm so excited to begin the 2020-2021 school year with you! Please reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns, or if you need clarification or assistance with any art project. During remote learning you are always welcome to substitute art materials for any given project with supplies you have available to you at home. You do not need to submit, turn in, or email any artwork at this time. I…

Elements of the Art Room: 2nd grade Polar Bears, elementary art lesson, winter art lesson for kids, art lesson for kids, #elementaryart #art #polarbear #artlesson #winterart #winter #value #2ndgradeart

Welcome back! So glad to see all of you! This week, 2nd grade is going to be starting this cute lil polar bear, inspired by the fabulous Lauralee Chambers! Here's a link to her Insta account, if you want to check her out (which ya should!) @2art.chambers Here's how we created ours! Materials: Crayola Watercolors Sax liquid watercolors Crayola oil pastels black & white pencils scissors Big Kid's choice paintbrushes Day 1: Look at images of Polar Bears, and sketch out our own! Here's a video…

Elements of the Art Room: 2nd grade Romero Britto Animals!

This week, 2nd grade will be using our fabulous new "bingo daubers" to make some big and beautiful, Romero Britto, inspired animals! Kids and grownups alike love Britto's use of line, color, shapes, and popular objects he places in his art! They're so bright and fun, you can't help but smile! His beautiful work is also a great review for the Elements of Art! Here are some visuals, I printed out for each table Materials: Bingo Daubers India ink Crayola oil pastels Jack Richeson Semi-Moist…

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easy craft for 2nd graders
Christmas Sweater Craft for kids (Preschool, Kindergarten, elementary)
Looking for an ADORABLE project that's awesome for the beginning or end of the school year, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Grandparent’s Day, or just for fun anytime!? Here it is! Perfect for hallway displays, gifts, or memory books. It’s just so cute... and EASY to make, for any age! I personally use this project several times per year in my classroom. :)