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Paintbrush Rocket | Fourth & Fifth Grade Lessons
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Fourth & Fifth Grade Lessons

This lesson is great for students to learn and understand the difference between POSITIVE & NEGATIVE space/shapes.  I have used the artist Henry Moore to introduce this concept, here my folder of his work and other artists from Pinterest...

Formally known as, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Aminah Robinson has become one of my top 10 favorite artists I teach.  Her artwork is no narrative, students love to see it, hear the story and are ready to create after the incredible visual stimulation of a...

Miro is one of my favorite artists.  I love his playfulness approach with the elements of art. Here are a few of my favorites that inspire the following projects.      Kindergarten Painted Primary Shapes with Printed Lines and Circles      Also in Kindergarten, I have has them...

Laurel Burch is so inspiring to me, I love her cats in color AND in black & white.  This version of Fantastic Felines was created on 18x24 light gray, dark gray and black paper.  Students painted with only black and white, mixing grays. Then to finish,...

I love teaching Day of the Dead!  Sugar Skull are a favorite to make, I have taught them in many ways.  This year I decided to make them BIG and with black glue.  Maybe not the smoothest process, but the end results are great. Day 1...

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