Art Projects Made Easy: Recipes for Fun by Linda J Arons

By Linda J Arons

Enjoyable, quickly, and straightforward as pie, those artwork classes are given in an easy recipe structure. the writer comprises vocabulary, precious fabrics, step by step directions, review ideas, feedback for curriculum integration, and follow-up actions. discover paintings ideas, university, crafts, drawing, portray, vacation and seasonal artwork, multicultural artwork, and curriculum connections. the range and scope of those actions will attract either skilled and beginner academics. Grades 1-6.

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Other portions of the book (up to 15 pages) may be copied for in-service programs or other educational programs in a single school. TEACHER IDEAS PRESS A Division of Libraries Unlimited, Inc. O. Box 6633 Englewood, CO 80155-6633 1-800-237-6124 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Arons, Linda J.  Arons ; graphic design by Cathy Medeiros.  17 x 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.  Title. 5'044--dc20 CIP Rev. Page v Contents Introduction Recipe Format x Use of Ingredients/Utensils xi Cooking Suggestions xiii Presentation of Recipes xiv Cooking Principles xv Recipes Appetizers (Art Principles) Line Design 2 Circle Art 4 Value Painting 6 Color 8 Cool-Warm Painting 10 Texture Plates 12 Symmetry Name Design 14 One-Point Perspective Drawing 16 Salads and Vegetables (Collage) Texture Collage (Paper Only) 20 Mixed-Media Collage 22 Torn Tissue Paper Collage 24 Paper Mosaics 26 Rectangle Reversals 28 Positive/Negative-Space Repeat Patterns 30 Yarn Pictures 32 Stained Glass 34 Page vi Bread Making (Crafts) Paper Mobiles 38 Foil Pictures 40 Paper Bag Puppets 42 Toothpick Sculptures 44 Junk Sculptures 46 Ceramic Leaf Prints 48 Ceramic Bowls (Coiled) 50 Stitchery 52 Main Dishes (Drawing) Dot-Line Drawing 56 Contour Drawing 58 Stick Figure Drawing 60 Partner Portraits 62 Still-Life Drawings 64 Magazine Art 66 Product Design 68 Framed Pictures 70 Cakes and Decorating (Painting) Scribble Art 74 Wet Watercolor Designs 76 Painting to Music 78 Sponge Painting 80 Straw Painting 82 String Painting 84 Paint-Yarn Pictures 86 Rubber Cement Painting 88 Page vii Cookies and Candies (Holidays and Seasonal Art) Autumn Trees 92 Pumpkin-Head Characters 94 Tissue Paper Turkeys 96 Macaroni Turkeys 98 Winter Scenes 100 Fanned Christmas Trees 102 Christmas Living Room Scenes 104 Spring Flower Arrangements 106 Woven Easter Baskets 108 Sun Pictures 110 International Specialties (Multicultural Art) African Circle Art 114 American Indian Bead Jewelry 116 God's Eye Weave 120 Japanese Fish Painting 122 An Origami Cup 124 Tube People 126 Multicultural Holiday Hats 128 Multicultural Masks 132 Meal Planning (Integrating Art with the Curriculum) "About Me" Pictures 136 "I Am Thankful for.

Student: On a practice sheet of 9"-x-12" white paper, mix two primary colors at a time to discover the secondary colors. Using a sheet of 12"-x-18" white paper, paint a picture using the primary colors. Mixing paper can be used in place of a palette. Tasting Critique Can the student name the primary colors and know which primary colors create each secondary color? Did the student mix the secondary colors? Stirring In the Curriculum Use in conjunction with a science unit on light to show that sunlight passing through a prism produces a spectrum or rainbow of colors.

Do a creative writing lesson entitled "If I Were a Line . " Refer to Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson, in which the illustrations are done using a continuous line. What Shall We Cook Up Tomorrow? Add the element of color by using strips of colored paper. Page 4 Appetizers (Art Principles) Circle Art Cooking Terms arc circle concentric dominant intersect overlap shape Ingredients/Utensils Construction paper (size and color can vary) Pencils Scissors Glue Various sizes of circles for tracing (lids, heavy paper, tagboard, etc.

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