This is the first project that the 5th graders do at the beginning of the year after reviewing the elements of art. We talk about using objects to create the illusion of letters. A candy cane for a "J" or a lower case "r" for example. We also took a look at some photographers that do this same thing with cropped images. Students had a minimum of 5 letters to work with...a first name, last name, nick-name. We also talked about light and how we can use it to help create a 3-d illusion on a…
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How often do you join in when your kids are creating? Doodle Names is a drawing project that parents and kids can enjoy working on side-by-side. I find that my girls and I always have interesting conversations while we sit and draw together. Plus, doodling is fun and relaxing! To get started, write your name … Continued
This is a great way to practice name recognition while creating art and strengthening fine motor skills! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten! (Actually my older kids had fun with it too...)
Description Colorful watercolor floral wreath that coordinates beautifully with the Meadowland Collection. Features a beautiful monogram and calligraphy scripted name in choice of himalayan pink or thundercloud watercolor.
Art prints are printed on thick textured 315 gram Giclee archival watercolor rag paper with archival quality inks. This is a lovely watercolor paper with a matte, textured finish to showcase the beautiful nature of watercolor.
Frame not included