Level: Junior, Middle School
Grades: Gr. 3 - 8 | Age: 8 - 14 yrs | Written by:
Karen Larmour and
Andrea Mulder-Slater [Karen is a teacher at Salem Baptist Christian School, Winston Salem, North Carolina and Andrea is one of the creators of KinderArt.com]
Students will draw the outline of a fish using glue. They will then complete the picture with oil pastels. The glue dries clear, leaving the black paper to show through in between the pastel.
What You Need:
What You Do:
- Black construction paper (or poster paper)
- White glue (we used Crayola® School Glue, which dries clear)
- Oil pastels (we used Sakura Cray Pas® Junior Artist oil pastels)
- Students draw the outline of a fish on large paper. Black poster paper works best.
- Encourage them to add scales, fins and any other detail they would like.
- Students then trace over their drawn lines with glue and allow the glue to dry (preferably overnight).
- Students then color in the areas between the glue lines, with oil pastel. The brighter the better.
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