Under-the-Sea Chalk and Glue Drawings

I discovered this lesson while browsing through the Artsonia site recently. Gulf Elementary in Cape Coral, Florida displayed this beautiful Under-the-Sea chalk art on their school page. Although no lesson... Learn More

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Watercolor Chameleon Art Lesson

After a trip to the library, I was inspired by the book Chameleons are Cool illustrated by Sue Shields. I love her use of color and large shapes plus the... Learn More

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Matisse Inspired Name Panels

This lesson was discovered on the Incredible Art Department website. This lesson was submitted by Michelle Peacock of Mohave Middle School. Thanks Michelle for sharing! This is a perfect lesson to... Learn More

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Ceramic Dragons

Fifth Graders at Mountain View sculpted these dragons from a single slab of clay. It might be a good idea to have kids draw a dragon first, but this class... Learn More


Rainforest Art Lesson

The fourth graders took a creative journey to the Rainforest and learned how to draw many rainforest inhabitants. We studied how snakes wind themselves around trees, how sloths hang upside... Learn More

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Oil Pastel Picasso Faces Art Lesson

If you don’t subscribe to Arts and Activities magazine, you should. It’s full of great lesson plans complete with great photos. I found this lesson in the March ’07 issue.... Learn More

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Rouault Inspired Art Lessons: Still Life and Royalty Paintings

These are some of my favorite art lessons for kids. It combines a couple of my favorite techniques…double-loading of the paint and black paint outline. Inspired by the French artist... Learn More

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