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5th Grade art club Topography idea. Students begin drawing an organic shape on a large pc construction paper. Cut out - re-trace it on another piece copy the line only a little smaller. Keep up until pieces become small. Once all pieces are cut out - start to glue together put a small piece of styrofoam in between to show height. Place styrofoam above one another, easier to press down as built up.- created via http://pinthemall.net

5th Grade art club Topography idea. Students begin drawing an organic shape on a large pc construction paper. Cut out - re-trace it on another piece copy the line only a little smaller. Keep up until pieces become small. Once all pieces are cut out - start to glue together put a small piece of styrofoam in between to show height. Place styrofoam above one another, easier to press down as built up.- created via http://pinthemall.net

Ohhhhhhh my goodness! This might be my favorite new project! You've probably seen this or a similar Banyan Tree project in Dynamic Art ...

Ohhhhhhh my goodness! This might be my favorite new project! You've probably seen this or a similar Banyan Tree project in Dynamic Art ...

This is a simple project, and a great introduction to the concept of positive and negative space for younger kids. Any project using their names is typically a guaranteed hit!!  It is also a good way to really explore the shape of the letters.

This is a simple project, and a great introduction to the concept of positive and negative space for younger kids. Any project using their names is typically a guaranteed hit!! It is also a good way to really explore the shape of the letters.

Salt Water Color Project: You only need masking tape, salt, water colors, paper and brushes....

Salt Water Color Project: You only need masking tape, salt, water colors, paper and brushes....

2nd Grade "Tree Silhouette" paintings. Elementary Art. Tempera over charcoal. Art teacher Jennifer Lipsey Edwards

2nd Grade "Tree Silhouette" paintings. Elementary Art. Tempera over charcoal. Art teacher Jennifer Lipsey Edwards

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