Eva Kukurova
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Twist on Kandinsky that looks like  project Jodi Reeves did with my classes one year

Manuales: El árbol de Kandinsky - not sure why the moon is there? A great extension to last year's Kandinsky - is it too soon to do again already?

1. On watercolor paper, students draw in pencil a horizontal line across the middle of the page. They add a variety of underground vegetables below (carrots, beets, scallions, etc.) and stems and leaves above. 2. All pencil lines are traced with a crayon, pressure is needed to create dark lines. 3. The vegetable shapes are painted in with watercolor paint. When complete, the ground, leaves and sky are painted as well.

Idea: students bring in one to two fruits or vegetables to observe and paint. Art Projects for Kids: Vegetable Garden Watercolor Painting. This will be great to celebrate our spring garden planting we are doing.

Yayoi Kasuma with Kids - Explore the work of Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kasuma with kids - create a Kasuma inspired piece of art.

Yayoi Kasuma with Kids - Explore the work of Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kasuma with kids - create a Kasuma inspired piece of design art.

Sewing or weaving on cardboard

Sewing or weaving on cardboard. I love this! good to do with some girl friends