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

This is a very simple materials project that is a crowd pleaser.  I have made these Happy & Sad Clown stick puppets with my Kindergarteners many times, always a success! I pre-trace an 11" circle on two papers for my students.  We draw these either...

I LOVE teaching this lesson!  But actually, the next several photos are my student teacher, Sara Andrews', fantastic results teaching it! I like to start with discussing Wassily Kandinsky's simple shapes and simple lines...

This lesson is completely STOLEN from Julie Werkman, the wonderful art teacher I student taught with 20 years ago. She is the master of this lesson, a highly creative lady who designed beautiful lessons in a Pre-Pinterest world! This lesson takes several classes to complete, however, students...

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...

If you teach the young ones, you have to read this book and create an Arlo.  My students LOVE this book so much, they insist that I read it over and over!  Arlo Needs Glasses is created by author illustrator Barney Saltzberg. It is a...

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