Tejido CD Sueño Catcher- Great Kids arte y artesanía proyectos

Make a Woven CD Dream Catcher

Tejido CD Sueño Catcher- Great Kids arte y artesanía proyectos

Mondrian para niños: Una actividad inspirada en las obras de Piet Mondrian, entendiendo el ritmo en el arte.  Piet Mondrian “Broadway Boogie Woogie” 1943

Mondrian para niños: Una actividad inspirada en las obras de Piet Mondrian, entendiendo el ritmo en el arte. Piet Mondrian “Broadway Boogie Woogie” 1943

EL MUNDO DEL RECICLAJE: DIY corona de última hora

EL MUNDO DEL RECICLAJE: DIY corona de última hora

Reciclado proyecto de arte de tapa - "anillos de los árboles":

Reciclado proyecto de arte de tapa - "anillos de los árboles":

Amazing kid art ~ use a straw to blow the hair!

Amazing kid art ~ use a straw to blow the hair!

I found this great project at the end of last year and have almost waited too late to do it this year. It will probably be our final project for the year and the kids are loving it. The original le...

Monster Mama Screaming Portraits

I found this great project at the end of last year and have almost waited too late to do it this year. It will probably be our final project for the year and the kids are loving it. The original le...

Using watercolor and straws students will blow paint around the head in their self portrait to imply a wild mind or just very crazy hair!

Scream Art Project

Using watercolor and straws students will blow paint around the head in their self portrait to imply a wild mind or just very crazy hair!

Art Lesson Plans | AdelleArt Lesson Plans Cute elementary portrait idea Google search link only

Art Lesson Plans | AdelleArt Lesson Plans Cute elementary portrait idea Google search link only

Trabajamos a Picasso de una forma dinámica y divertida.

Trabajamos a Picasso de una forma dinámica y divertida.

I feel a Piet Mondrian phase coming on. (This is inspiration not a link to how to).  We made these by placing the colored paper on contact paper. Then when the design was complete we flipped the contact paper over and backed it with black cardstock. These were very successful.

I feel a Piet Mondrian phase coming on. (This is inspiration not a link to how to). We made these by placing the colored paper on contact paper. Then when the design was complete we flipped the contact paper over and backed it with black cardstock. These were very successful.

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