Decorating candles is a terrific craft you can do in the art room. Middle or high school students are generally very interested in making this useful craft. Follow these directions for three different easy project ideas.
Students who have never used oil pastels can dive right in with this fun oil pastel art lesson plan.
There are many ways in which the art teacher can easily incorporate wildlife into their lesson plans. One of the easiest ways is to use nature. The possibilities for using plants, flowers, and trees are endless!
Here are some ideas to get you started:
Let students get their feet and brushes wet with this basic art lesson plan with watercolors. To introduce students to the medium, have them create a chart showing all the different watercolor methods.
Need inspiration for some great Kindergarten art projects? Here are some ideas to get you started.
Children will “hop” right into this quick and easy Easter craft. They will make Easter bunnies using baby food jars, a little paint, and some other fun art materials. When finished, they can fill them up with special little Easter treats. Enjoy!
Your students will love the “in’s and out’s” of this fun weaving project where they will create a mini Easter basket out of paper cups. Perfect for Art class & Easter treats!
This project isn’t for the birds! Using a few basic craft supplies, create a little bird nest craft for tweets or treats.
Forget about that pot of gold…with this lesson, your students will be searching for the colors of the rainbow in nature. Start with painting egg cartons, and then go on a nature walk to search for items that match the colors of your carton.
Now that leaves are falling, pick them up and turn them into bats with this simple printmaking procedure for your kids. In this project, elementary students will create relief prints out of leaves just in time for Halloween!
Your elementary kids will “fall” in love with this nature lesson! After reading, “Leaf Man” students use fall leaves to create creatures, people, or animals as art projects.