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By | July 2013
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Mini Mosaic|
Students view examples of mosaics from all around the world and then are given the opportunity to create their own mini-mosaic using kid safe materials.| Grade:  4th gradeTime: three 60 min classesMaterials:

6"x6" black foam core
foamies in assorted colors
Elmer's glue
scissors| |

 
Pointillism Landscape|
 Students have experiment with pointillism since the first grade, but now it is time to try something a little more challenging.  They will create a simple landscape drawing using pencil, very lightly, and then fill in their picture using the pointillism technique. The challenge to their project is that the entire thing must be done only using "dots", much like the artist George Seurat.  From a distance the colors come together to form the patterns, lines and shapes. It is a time consuming project that helps teach students patience and discipline.  When they are complete the students are always very proud of the work they did!| Grade:  4th gradeTime: two 60 min classesMaterials:

6"x9" white paper
pencils
skinny colored markers| Learning Objectives: 
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ABC Stained Glass|
This is an extension of a project students may have done in 2nd grade. They will create an image that somewhat resembles stained glass, but this time they will include the entire block letter alphabet.  This project gives students a chance to practice drawing block letters. They are taught several different techniques. It also gives them a chance to practice painting slowly and carefully in many small areas. | Grade:  4th gradeTime: two 60 min classesMaterials:

12"x18" white paper
pencils
rulers
Sharpie markers
watercolor paint| Learning Objectives: 
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Tessellations|
Students create their own tessellation by first making a shape tracer that can be repeated over and over and over again. It technically could go on forever.  This is harder than it looks to get started. Once they get going students are amazed how their drawing...

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