4TH GRADE PUMPKIN PIES IN CRAYOLA CHALK
This great Fall Art Project is all about creating a realistic drawing. I quizzed the 4th graders on what is needed in a drawing or painting to create the “illusion” that it’s real: shadows, tones or values, and a background. They’re only 4th grade, so I keep it pretty simple!
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Here are a few of my favorite Halloween Art Lessons for Kindergarten-4th Grade. Full step by step directions and supply lists are in each link.
All of these can be simplified or more complex to adjust to any grade level.
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Halloween Painted Pumpkins- 2nd Grade
This Halloween Project is a keeper. Everyone was super into their painting and they all came out great!
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4th Grade Halloween Art- Pastel Skulls
This is my first project testing out Prang Pastels. It was messy but it was a fun way to introduce the pastels. These Pastel Sugar Skulls can easily be done with 3rd Grade -Middle School Grades Continue reading Halloween Art- Pastel Skulls
FALL OWLS IN CHALK
These adorable Chalk Owls were done by Kindergartners. This is a great intro to texture and chalk or pastel.
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TEXTURE TURKEYS IN OIL PASTEL
These are just too cute!!! The kids love them, the teachers love them. A great lesson in texture.
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5th Grade Trees- Negative space
This project is one of my favorites. These just look beautiful when they are all displayed. The idea for this lesson came from another teacher, but I’ve adapted it over the years. These Negative Space Trees can be adapted for anytime of year. Continue reading Negative Space Trees
FALL LEAVES ART LESSON
This is fun technique, the effect looks like watercolor.
Tissue Paper bleeding and oil pastels create these amazing fall leaves.
This was 6th Grade, but this lesson can be done with any upper elementary grade level or middle school, using oil pastel or crayons.
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