Sculpture is 3-d artwork created by shaping or combining materials. Materials may be worked by removal such as carving; or they may be assembled such as by gluing, or hardened such as by firing. Our sculpture lessons include forming, carving, collage, gluing and make use of materials such as clay, wood, soap, paper, tape, beans, foam, metal and stones.
Paperclay is a wonderful modeling material that you and your kids will love working with. It is easy to use, non-toxic and it air-dries without the need for ovens or kilns. Here’s how to make a paper clay fish.
You can make a owl using a pine cone and some acorn tops. Whether you paint them and make them colorful, or you leave them in their natural state, these pine cone owls are fun to make and cute to look at.
Van Gogh Sunflowers in a Vase Lesson Plan with Worksheets
A fun and effective way to teach children how to create artwork in the style of master artist Vincent Van Gogh. The templates make it simple for all ages to get started, while the open ended instructions allow for freedom to stay unique. Adaptable for K-6.