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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Pop Art Hearts

Just finishing up some last minute Valentines lessons. I love this time of the year with all the pinks, reds and pastel colours!

This is a cute pop art lesson that I found on the Instagram account @2art.chambers
She has a very inspiring Instagram feed! 
I didn't have any bleeding tissue paper so instead, I had Grade 5 students measure out a grid on a square of paper. Then they used watercolours to paint it any colours they wanted (this took about 2 - 40 minute periods). Once dry, the drew a large heart shape and then painted it using tempera. Once dry, they shaded around the perimeter using black chalk pastels. 

Some finished Gr. 5 work:

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