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Tree of Life Acrylic Painting Lesson Plan

TESTING SEASON. One of the most dreaded words in a teacher’s vocabulary. Testing completely throws off any routine or schedule we’ve worked hard all year to maintain! For my school, we completely flip-flop schedules and have SILENT transitions and SILENT lunches. Silent is not in a 10-12 year old’s vocabulary. During test seasons, I try to teach a lesson that is so interesting and engaging … Continue reading Tree of Life Acrylic Painting Lesson Plan

Learn how to paint a deer skull with acrylic (or liquid tempera!) paint, oil pastels and baby oil. This is one of my favorite art techniques to teach from 5th-12th grade! It's easy, approachable and has vibrant results. This is perfect or the classroom or the home studio.

Deer Skull Art Tutorial

Learn how to paint a deer skull with acrylic (or liquid tempera!) paint, oil pastels and baby oil. This is one of my favorite art techniques to teach from 5th-12th grade! It’s easy, approachable and has vibrant results. This is perfect or the classroom or the home studio. Continue reading Deer Skull Art Tutorial

Leftover Acrylic Paint Textured Backgrounds

Do you have leftover paint from a project that you don’t want to waste? These textured backgrounds are easy, so much fun and uses leftover paint that would normally be wasted! I had over 30 paint palettes with random amounts and color leftover from our still life unit. Students love picking out the dried acrylic molds (blows their mind) but I hated the thought of … Continue reading Leftover Acrylic Paint Textured Backgrounds