It can be used by K-5th graders, as well as Homeschool students.
Includes PDF and 39 pages
Reading magazines has been a passion of mine since childhood. My favorite magazines are old and recent. I love to flip through them, seeking inspiration. Some issues I’ve kept for years and have revisited time and time again. It was my idea to make a digital magazine specifically for educators.
Anyone who loves to make art with kids, parents included. It is my hope you’ll enjoy this magazine as much as I enjoyed putting it together. There are many art tips and projects inside. I also have fun and helpful information that you can use in your art classes or with children.
Painted Paper Art’s Create Winter 2017 Digital Magazine is a full color pdf containing features such as:
• Explore the State of Tennessee – a fun informational page that touches on a few highlights of the great state of Tennessee.
• The Great Smoky Mountains National Park – some background on one of America’s Greatest National Parks.
•Create a Smoky Mountain Landscape – a full color, step by step project using tempera paint that is perfect for introducing young artists to landscape painting.
•Great Smoky Mountains Wildflower Guide – a perfect guide to the various flowers found throughout the Great Smoky Mountains.
•Cabin in the Woods – Who doesn’t love a cabin in the woods. To create a log cabin, this mixed media project uses tempera paint and chalk. This guide includes full-color photos, step by step instructions and detailed step by step steps to make painted paper.
•How To Make Painted Paper – a full color, step by step tutorial for creating painted paper with kids.
•Trees of the Great Smoky Mountains – this informational page discusses the vast array of trees found in the Great Smoky Mountains.
•Create with Clay: Smoky Mountain Spruces – this delightful project uses air dry clay, cardboard and tempera paint to create 3-dimensional trees. It’s a wonderful project for children to learn about clay.
•Art History Timeline Project: Cave Art Paintings – this mix-media project uses oil pastels, watercolor and tempera paint to create prehistoric cave art. It is an excellent way for students to learn about prehistoric art, and art history in general.
•Cave Art Stencils – a handy component for use in the cave art project. For student use, print and cut these images.
•Art History Timeline Mini-Poster – a letter sized poster showcasing the prehistoric art time period. It is easy to print, and you can use it in creating a complete art history timeline.
•Color 101 – a fun look at the Pantone color of the year for 2017.
•Kandinsky Hearts – the beautiful colors of Kandinsky’s Color Study: Squares with Concentric Circles used to make Valentine’s Day hearts.This project is perfect for Valentine’s Day or any day to celebrate love! Step-by step instructions in full color for kids.
You will find 39 pages of beautiful images and full-color photos within Create. Keep it, download and you can view it anytime. The purpose of Create is to serve primarily as an electronic reference tool. If printing via desktop printers is desired, select “fit to page” for best results.
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