These are so stinkin’ cute I can’t even deal. I think this is my favorite art project of all time! To get ready for this project, my students read some awesome books by Eric Carle, who illustrates them using a great painted-paper collage technique to create textures. (If you aren’t familiar with his books, you […]Read more "Animals and Habitats"
Perspective is hard. I like to start on basic understanding of spatial planes as early as I can. This project is good for grades 3-5, and produces great results with basic shapes. I start by showing students a picture of a landscape and having them pick out the foreground, middle ground, and background. I point […]Read more "Pumpkin Perspective"
I got a request from my principal to have students make posters for the West Virginia Governor’s Conference on Tourism. As is often the case, we didn’t really get much time to make it happen. Luckily, I work with some awesome teachers who showed the students a video I made about places to visit in […]Read more "My Favorite Place"