Wednesday, February 9, 2011
For a valentine-themed art lesson on complementary colors, we picked up some 11"x 14" canvases (on sale at Michael's) and used inexpensive, acrylic paints in the six colors of the color wheel.
Art Projects for Kids has a free color wheel download HERE.
I drew the grid (extending the lines over the edges) and the hearts lightly with pencil. Then I asked them to paint the background colors first - 2 squares for each color, careful to make sure that colors are evenly distributed over the canvas. They finished with the hearts in the complementary color.
Hannah and Will are so happy with these bright and beautiful paintings...
now to find a place to hang them.
Peter did his own thing - which turned out very well. So cute.
Labels: arts and crafts, first grade, homeschooling, pre-k, third grade
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