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Paintbrush Rocket | Second & Third Grade Lessons
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Second & Third Grade Lessons

Who doesn't love James Rizzi??? His artwork is always a favorite of my students! We look at his cityscapes closely, noticing the perspective and layers of spaces he creates. While most items are created flat, the near and far element is definitely there! Here are...

I am so relieved that my state SLO testing is done for the year!!! In Ohio we are required to give the same exact test in the fall as in the spring.  For the second graders, we focused on Landscape as a theme and spacial...

This is a OVER THE TOP FUN, three dimensional project for elementary! Laura, of Painted Paper, and I presented this lesson as a hands on workshop at our state convention last fall. We put our minds together on projects we have done separately and this...

Some of my favorite Joan Miro paintings are the ones with many shapes overlapping and creating new shapes.  We looked at several of his works of art that created some interesting shapes from layering.  To create our compositions, we drew two very large, loopy freeform...

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