Tag Archives: 2nd Grade

SHADOWED

Drawing, tracing, cutting and gluing are all skills used in this 2nd grade project.  First the students draw a figure, (maybe a football player, a dancer, an angel, etc.)making sure that the arms and legs aren’t too skinny to cut … Continue reading

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SUNSHINE OR NOT

The expression on your face lets the world know what kind of mood you’re in.  We call this project “Moods.”  It just fascinates me to see how enthused the kids are with this art venture.  They are so expressive and so … Continue reading

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HOLY FAMILY CUBE

This little cube stable is just the right size for the 2” Holy Family.  I also used these Mo Manning digital stamps for the “ Pop-up Nativity,”  3rd grade project.  The digital stamps are so convenient because you can size … Continue reading

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OUT TO LUNCH TURKEY

Brown paper lunch bags are the basic item needed for this Thanksgiving project. One look at this little turkey and you can understand why he’s call an ‘out to lunch’ turkey. The second grade kids did this project and it … Continue reading

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JUST STACK ‘EM

It’s time to decorate for Halloween, but what to do with all those pumpkins!  This is our plan for this year—we’ll stack them—a “Pumpkin Totem Pole.”  Just a few pieces of construction paper, colored chalk, hairspray and crayons are all … Continue reading

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SANDRA WILLARD LANDSCAPES

Sandra Willard style art was the theme of this second grade art class.  Before we began the class, we watched a PowerPoint presentation showing some of Sandra’s art.  Her simple, bright colored pictures showing peaceful, serene landscapes seem to beg … Continue reading

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FOURTH OF JULY

Every kid, young and old, loves watching   fireworks on the Fourth of July. Great memories are made while the  family enjoys the brilliant, colorful explosions of light.  And the noise!    We do this piece of art on black construction paper, color the display with oil … Continue reading

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IT’S A HOOT

We call this project “Give a Hoot,” for no other reason than that I thought it was cute.  You’ll need black construction paper, oil pastels and gold glitter glue for this project.  I give a quick lesson on drawing an … Continue reading

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