Here is a great lesson that uses oil pastels/crayons and watercolor for a classic resist lesson. Very easy to draw, this Princess and The Pea project can be achieved in two, 45-minute class sessions.
You’ll need the following supplies:
- 12″ x 18″ white construction/sulphite paper
- Black oil pastels
- Colored oil pastels or crayons
- Watercolor paints
- Brushes (medium)
- Gold glitter
- White school glue
Here’s what you do:
For a final flourish, children dabbed white school glue onto the crown and we sprinkled with a tiny bit of glitter. We all agreed it was the perfect finish to this very fun project!
Third Grade Princess and the Pea Art….
WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES FOR KIDS
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