It’s the time of year, my very favorite time of the year: fall! We are gearing up for some fun fall art makin’ stations and I thought I’d share a bit about that as well as my favorite fall lessons. Many of these links include videos for you to share in your art room. Let’s start with this one, a fourth grade favorite: Spooky Starry Nights!
Now I just mentioned art makin’ stations which has become my new favorite thing of late! With 30 minute art classes, it’s been a fun way for my students to really roll up their sleeves, move around the room and explore several different art makin’ activities. You can find out how we did stations for Dot Day here and here and how we are doing it for learning the elements of art LINE here and here…all with videos for you to share in your art room and some videos that are just my tips and tricks for YOU! Here’s a blog post about the stations I did on Halloween in my art room here. I plan to do a week long stations this year so all of my classes can experience the fun. The above pumpkin prints is one I will be adding to the mix. I can’t wait!
Monsters are always fun to do during this season and my students LOVE creating them! This lesson, with video, is one I know your students will love!
Speaking of fall trees, check out this amazing weaving lesson! If you’ve never woven with your students, I recommend doing a short paper weaving first before diving into this activity. I would give this a go with fourth grade and up if students are new to weaving. Lesson and video here!
Another super popular lesson that always yields amazing results is this one! I’ve done a variation of this type of lesson with students of all ages. More info here.