Check out what the students in Mrs. VandenBush's classroom are doing in art! Some of th lesson ideas I come up with, but many of these ideas come from other wonderful art teachers!
I'm curious how you created the gradations on the hills and also the red stamping. I'd love to use this lesson with my firstname.lastname@example.orgJessica Green, Art TeacherFortville, IN
If you take a piece of paper I used 18 X 24 paper and cut it horizontally in half. Then each student gets one and creates a huge cury line from one side to the other. Then they cut. Next they take black chalk and color on the edge that is curved. Take that piece and lay it on top of the colored piece and use a tissue/paper towel and rub the chalk onto the good one. I usually tape down the paper so it doesn't move on the kids. The red stamp I had them create their own stamp using foam board and a pencil. Then they used red paint to print it! Hope this helps!
Hi Leah, I love this art you have done with the children. I am the RFF teacher and have been given art to teach, not one of my strengths but I am keen to learn. We have a theme broad theme of Asia. Do you have any more detailed instructions (for dummys) for this art. I feel like I understand how do the hills and mountains but not sure about the rest. Can I join this website? Thanks Bev