Winter art projects

Embrace the winter season with these fun and creative art projects. Explore a variety of ideas to keep you and your family entertained during the colder months.
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Welcome! This blog post features a guided tutorial of how to create a monochromatic winter landscape painting. This activity helps artists to build skills using the elements of art: COLOR, SPACE & VALUE. A monochromatic color scheme shows variations of tints, tones and shades of one color. This composition can be done with a range of

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Amy Geyer Whitman
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I'm not an artist - so trust me - if I can make this painting, it has to be pretty easy! I HAD to try this art project just because it's fun. And cool. And sciency. (My browser is telling me that's not a real word... haha) This salt and watercolor snowflake art project actually teaches you something, and I LOVE that! I'll be the first person to raise my hand and admit, 'I can't draw or paint'. And trying to make me do either of those two things will make me want to hide my head in…

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Taylor Chambers

Meet one of your new favorite art lessons for kids! Students will create a scarf selfie (or "scarfie") art project with a focus on line, shape and pattern all will using one of the most fun art techniques called scratch art. This lesson is perfect for elementary students of all ages and can be modified and adjusted with ease.

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Jessie Back

Lesson Background: There are many winter fox art projects online such as this one http://littledogartblog.blogspot.com/2014/05/5th-grade-winter-fox-paintings.html I combined lots of ideas to create these foxes. This was a directed drawing lesson. Directed drawing (i.e. modelling step-by-step) elicits great discussions, exposing students to vocabulary they encounter in art and maths. Students are hearing and putting into action phrases such as “half way down the page”, “curved line”…

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Carissa Brown