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Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Frankenstein Kids

I think this is such a cute Halloween project. I used to teach it to Grade 3 back when I taught that grade. I decided to bring it back for a fun Halloween project for my Grades 4-6 students this year. 
I saw the lesson originally posted HERE on the blog "ARTventurous".

They sketched out their Frankenstein kid on white paper. Then outlined with a Sharpie. 
They coloured them in with construction paper crayons. 

They outlined the entire image with a yellow wax crayon and created some electricity bolts. 

Finally, they painted the background with liquid watercolours.

I love how cutely scary these are!


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