Elementary Art Lesson || Scarf Selfie
Meet one of your new favorite winter art lessons! Students will be instantly hooked in making their adorable “Scarf Selfie” when they discover they exciting scratch art technique used to create their scarf patterns and designs. In this 43 page lesson (available in Google Slides, Powerpoint and as a PDF) the lesson is broken down into clear and simple steps complete with full color photos demonstrating and explaining each step of the project. This lesson is great for students of all ages, but specifically grades 1-4.
Supplies needed for each project
Artist background info on Peter the Elder and Angie Roseelar
Step-by-Step photos of the lesson from beginning to end (21 color photos) with detailed explanation for each step.
Helpful tips & tricks for teacher to share with students
Scarf Selfie Idea Sheet
Lines and Shapes visuals to use for patterns
REQUIRED MATERIALS FOR THIS LESSON
- 3 pieces of 9 x 12 90 lb paper or watercolor paper
- Oil pastels (regular and neon if available)
- Watercolor paint
- Paint Brush
- Scratch stick/ skewer/ paper clip
- White tempera paint
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This lesson is intended for classroom use only and may not claimed or resold as your own.
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For some of my other lessons, check out:
- Northern Lights Winter Landscapes Lesson
- Folk Art Lesson
- Whimsical Landscape Lesson
- Self Portrait Guide
- Crazy Hair Day
- Dog Weaving Lesson
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Keyword: Winter, Holiday, Christmas, Seasons, Art project, Art for Kids, Art Lesson, Art education