Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Halloween, pumpkins, and witch legs, oh my!

I'm a little out of season posting this, as Halloween was last week, but my kids have been busy working on various Halloween and fall projects!  Fourth grade at Millingport learned about shading and analogous colors while working on their oil pastel pumpkins.

 Fifth grade also had a review of analogous colors and we learned how to make a twisted stem!

Some of them got a little carried away with their twisting... and they ended up looking a little like Dr. Suess pumpkins

3rd grade created "witchy legs" with construction paper and black tuile for the bottom of the skirt!  I got this idea from a friend and fellow art teacher Michelle Osborne!  Check out her blog here:  http://tinyartroom.wordpress.com/

No comments:

Post a Comment