Art Lessons and Projects for Kids.
Our very first issue had four wonderful contributions. This time around the baby has grown (much like my real baby) to eleven contributions!
In honor of the similarities the theme of this carnival is
"The Baby Edition".
This is a neat online project that we participated in. Giraffes can be drawings, paintings, 3D crafts, anything! A great theme for your next project and a great way for children to see their art displayed online. .
Jimmie always finds the coolest things around the web! Even if I know she hasn't posted something new, I always check her tagfoot steps to see what new goodies she has located. This was a real gem and inspired this next submission.
posted at Art Smarts 4 Kids
For those of you who aren't familiar with Jessica's blog, it is time to get so. Jessica has complied an extensive resource of art history and projects that could keep an art teacher or home school going for a long time. This particular project is very simple, but has a high impact both visually and educationally.
Angie's blog was new to me, but I sure am glad to have found her. She really approaches her lessons from a Charlotte Mason philosophy and she and her boys have ended up with some pretty impressive projects.
I wish I had been in Mrs. Smith's art class when I was in elementary school!
Debra presents Bb is for... posted at Ryan & Debra Snow Family. What a great project for the younger kids. Like Debra, seeing the kids work area or palette is almost as much fun as seeing their completed work!
Thanks for hosting this great carnival and I look forward to seeing the next edition.
Thanks to you Barb for submitting this great project and to everyone else as well!
Until our next appointment, have fun creating with all these great ideas!
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
the gallery, the next deadline is October 27th.
carnival submission form.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our
blog carnival index page.