Hey, friends! If the winter weather is causing you to have brain freeze and you are stumped for ideas on art lessons, I've put together this HUGE blog post filled with my favorite winter art lessons. Many of them also include instructional video...this way if you are out sick or find yourself feeling a little under the weather, you can simply have me be your art teacherin' sub. All I ask in return is that if you post projects that your students have created, inspired by my lessons, you give me a shout out. It's always nice to give art teachers credit for their lessons...especially when they share them for free as I'm doing here. I also LOVE to reshare your projects on my Instagram which would gain your more followers. So it's a win-win!
The Heather Galler coffee cups were created by my second graders some years ago and they are still a fave lesson of mine. You can find the details here.
A HUGE hit with my students and other art teachers has been this Jen Aranyi inspired winter landscape. For this lesson, I created a video to share with you. My third graders really loved this project.
I really am a sucker for black glue and chalk pastel, y'all. Each one of these fourth grade pieces was a stunner...and such a great lesson on using a new supply and color theory. Lesson with video here.
This second grade selfie lesson introduced my students to the world of printmaking! We had a blast creating these prints for our hats and mittens. Complete lesson here.
In need of some lessons for the kindergarten crowd? This one was a hit with mine...video lesson here!
Speaking of kindergarten...here is a winter landscape lesson that I've done with them for years. It teaches tint and shades as well as collage. You can find it here.
My first graders were big fans of this project! Video and lesson details right here.
As my fourth graders wrap up this lesson, lemme tell you, the results have been amazing and it's quickly becoming my new fave project! More details with video here!
Mural making is one of my fave things to do during these winter months. It brings us all together! You can find the details on this one here.
This light up mural with ice skaters drawn by my fourth graders here.
And our very first mural collaboration from a while back, right here!
Printing on fabric, making clay beads AND learning to sew?! YES this was a winner with the kids! All the details here.
I LOVE metal relief projects...they are always a show stopper. I created these with my fourth graders a while back and they were a hit. Lesson here.
Need some more lessons? Check out THIS POST with five quickie winter projects!
Also, be sure to check out this blog post for even more fun winter art lessons. Stay warm out there!
Love all of these, thank you for sharing all of your wonderful ideasReplyDelete
With your murals- which look AMAZING- how do you go about returning artwork to the artists? Is everything hot glued up or just taped so it's more easily removed? Do teachers help give them to kids? Or is this more of an installation they "donate" their art to and don't get back? (Do you have that convo with the kids??) These are the questions that terrify me about doing these big installations! Getting artwork back to 1000 kids is scary!!ReplyDelete
(Thanks for your posts!! I apologize if you have answered these questions elsewhere.)