Kindergarten Art Projects

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Kindergarten made kitty cats from newspaper.

Kindergarten made kitty cats from newspaper.

Create and name your own colors while exploring color mixing with paints! Inspired by Herve Tullet's new book, Mix It Up! (FREE Printable)~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Mixing Colors: Create and Name Your Own Colors

Mixing colors is one of the most classic art activities for kids and is always a hit. We were inspired by Herve Tullet’s new book, Mix It Up!, to create our own colors by mixing paints. We saved our favorite colors on our Personal Paint Palette free printable and even named the colors ourselves! I …

Idea by Hannah Hendrickson, Art Teacher. Examples of Kindergarten buildings…

Idea by Hannah Hendrickson, Art Teacher. Examples of Kindergarten buildings…

Mondrian. Cardboard edge for printing with black tempera on primary collaged squares and rectangles.

Artwork published by Melina382

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We have painted with toilet paper rolls before, and it turned out great, but then having kids paint inside the shapes would be neat.

The Unlikely Homeschool

The Unlikely Homeschool is an online, faith-based site full of ideas, organizational tools, and printables for the busy homeschooling mom.

Sink mats make great weaving frames

Preschool Skills - Lacing Cards

Lacing cards improve hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills in preschoolers I love lacing cards. They are an easy activity to take with you to keep

From the book "ABC I like Me!" - Kindergarten Self-Portrait

Splish Splash Splatter

I found this book on Pinterest and asked my librarian to track it down for me. I like it because it is visually stimulating. The author is actually an illustrator who decided to write a book after he took his 2-year old daughter to the city for the first time. I used this book with my K-3 classes but changed the medium according to grade level. For example, these are examples of glue-line relief drawings using chalk pastels. K&1 classes used Crayola oil pastels to add color to their…

Preschool David Smith Pipe Cleaner Sculptures from To the Lesson!

Pipe Cleaner Sculptures

This week my Assistants and I have spent lots of time in the classroom reviewing lessons, looking over materials and getting things ready for our 'School Visit' morning. This is a block of time for enrolled children to come in and get a sense of the classroom. They find their cubbies, hooks, work bins, the restroom, and other components of their new environment. During this time, I also set up some traditional play materials such as blocks, trains, and markers for coloring so that the…

Video and lesson plan that shows kids how to create a mix-media bird using color, pattern and line.

Kindergarten | Deep Space Sparkle

A collection of art projects and activities for children ages 5 & 6

Must-Read Books about Lines- A great selection of books that start with the basics! Perfect for preschool art and math lessons.

Must-Read books about Lines - Munchkins and Moms

Must-Read Books about Lines- A great selection of books that start with the basics! Perfect for preschool art and math lessons.

Lines are an excellent starting point for lessons with Kindergarteners. To begin this line unit,...

Learning about Lines (Art is Basic)

Lines are an excellent starting point for lessons with Kindergarteners. To begin this line unit, we read the book Lines That Wiggle. The students used colored tape to make straight lines across thei

Kindergarteners learned about many types of lines: vertical, horizontal, slanted, curvy, zigzag, spiral and dotted. Students used oil pastels to draw these lines, then watercolored over the background using bold, bright colors. Later, the students attached construction paper lines in a way that created a 3D effect. 3D spirals and dotted lines were added, too.

Artwork published by Lucas3909

Check out Lucas3909's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. Don't forget to join the fan club and leave a comment on the website.

Cool way to teach cubism to young children.

Easy Cubism Art Project | Deep Space Sparkle

This easy cubism art project teaches children how artists transform everyday objects into geometric shapes. Great for third graders, all you need are marker

Wayne Thiebaud-model magic lollys painted with watercolors

The Elementary Art Room!

Wayne Thiebaud-model magic lollys painted with watercolors