Sea Shells

July 13, 2019

This sea shell art lesson introduces students to the beauty of sea shells while incorporating science. Children will learn about shells while creating fun, colorful art projects. They will…

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The Starfish

July 12, 2019

If you love to put your toes in the sand and hear the crashing waves then these are a couple of mixed media art lessons to warm your heart!…

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Fabulous Flamingos

July 12, 2019

Students created these fabulous flamingos with construction paper, painted paper, oil pastels, feathers and tempera paint. What you will need One 9″ x 12″ piece of pink construction paper…

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Tulips and Sprinkles

April 17, 2019

The warmth of a sunny spring day brings out all of Mother Nature’s beauties. Celebrate spring by creating these delightful painted paper tulip gardens. Supplies Needed White drawing paper…

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Andy Warhol’s Mr. Moon

March 28, 2019

American artist Andy Warhol (August 26, 1928 – February 22, 1987) is one of the most famous artists of modern times, reaching celebrity status not only for his artwork…

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Rainbow Salt Sprinkles

March 17, 2019

Supplies Needed One 7 x 9-inch piece of watercolor paper for the background Tray of Watercolors Paint brush Water container Painting Placemat to protect table Course Table Salt Tip:…

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Mixed Media Hearts

February 1, 2019

My little artists, ages 7 and 8, created these adorable beautiful hearts using various art materials. Before creating we read the poem Queen of Hearts for a little inspiration.…

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Morisot Flower Bouquets

January 20, 2019

Need a little bouquet to brighten your day? Try creating these Impressionistic style flowers inspired by the artist Berthe Morisot. Simple art materials, such as tempera paint, construction paper…

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Silent Night, Starry Night

December 3, 2018

    Our Inspiration: After staying in the south of France, in Arles, Vincent Van Gogh settled in Auvers-sur-Oise, a village outside of Paris. His brother Théo, concerned with…

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