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Paintbrush Rocket | Kindergarten & First Grade Lessons
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Kindergarten & First Grade Lessons

First Graders want in on the Day of the Dead celebration too!  I have done these skeletons in several different ways over the years.  Here are three variations of the same idea. Backgrounds - Anything you want!!! I like the skeletons on purple, magenta and black...

I LOVE this project sooooo much!  Kinder is always begging to paint the minute they walk in the door the first day of school.  I love the confidence of an all knowing Kindergartner! Picasso knew what he was talking about!   It is always a risk...

This is a great first, serious painting for Kindergarten.  First we looked a the difference between Landscapes, Cityscapes, and Seascapes.  Then the difference between the seasonal Landscapes. We began with a container of yellow paint and chip brushes.  Students painted a yellow circle anywhere on...

Both these projects are inspired by artist Danny Phillips.  I discovered Danny on Etsy.com.  He has a shop full of inspiring beach scenes that remind me of my childhood.  His mixed media collages are unique and make me so happy!  In fact, I purchased a Rainbow Lighthouse...

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