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name art for elementary students | Miss Julie's Art Class

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Italic name errors #errors #italic

These are the steps that I did with my kids.  There may be different ways of doing this, but this is what works for me.  The first s...

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Once kids know what symmetry is they will see it everywhere. Use this free printable and classic project to get started teaching about symmetry!

Op Art using Positive and Negative Shapes. Explore the possibilities with this Op Art kit. Letter- sub lesson:

Third graders will be starting to hone their cursive writing technique next week in art class. The kids are always so excited about learning to write cursive. Last year I tried a cursive writing pr...

Drops, Drops, Splashes Splash: Call creatures #creatures #drops #splash #splashes

Fun Name Art: this was a wonderful art lesson that all the kids loved and had a great time. It is fun name art that makes you stretch your imagination.

Johanna_P_6C by Kaja K, via Flickr

symmetrical names

How often do you join in when your kids are creating? Doodle Names is a drawing project that parents and kids can enjoy working on side-by-side. I find that my girls and I always have interesting conversations while we sit... Continue Reading →

Use kid's names to create monsters and aliens: Drawing Lessons for mirror image. Week 2.

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Make this for first day of school, but take off word "test"- modify to "Picture This" - finish each sketch

bonhomme prénom - symétrie

2pt perspective name-this looks easy

Between each letter, the students will draw a pattern of some kind using their imaginations. Every space should have a different pattern. They can use zig zags, angled lines, hearts, squiggles, spirals, brickwork, dots, whatever!

Can't wait to see these symmetrical beetles with color! Third graders learned about symmetrical balance and how to create a perfectly symmetrical drawing. Great job artists! #crosscurricular #arteducation #kidsart

Kathy name art | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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8th Grade Name in Graffiti Style with example art and videos