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Art Camp With Crafts: Great Artists & Their Ideas

Svetlana Khmelnitsky
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(296)
Discover great ideas that led famous artists to create masterpieces in painting, sculpture, and architecture. Then, get inspired and make your creations!

Class experience

US Grade Pre-Kindergarten - 2
Beginner Level
Students will get familiarized with famous artworks and architecture. They will learn a few facts about each presented artist. Students will be encouraged to use their imagination while discussing art and while working on crafts. 
Supply List for Camp

Day 1: Arcimboldo's Unusual Portraits 

Materials for Craft:

•	Cardboard about 10 X 10 inches
•	Pencil
•	2 - 4 short pine branches
•	1 big pinecone 
•	A few leaves or some blades of grass
•	2 acorn cupules (acorn “cups”)
•	Short twigs
•	Any other light weighted natural materials
•	Playdough
•	Glue 
•	Scotch tape

Day 2: Picasso's Sculptures Made of Junk

Materials for Craft:

ANY assembly of recyclable objects.  Here are some ideas.

Choose 1 OR a few of MAIN items: 
•	boxes that could be easily cut (like boxes from cereal, cookies, tea, soap, cosmetics, toothpaste, etc.) 
•	paper towel rolls (OR toilet paper rolls)
•	plastic containers (yogurt cups, cottage containers, fruit cups, pint size plastic berry baskets, etc.)
•	plastic bottles of any size

A few ADDITIONAL items (any of them will do):
•	Magazine or newspaper pages 
•	Wrapping paper 
•	Construction paper 
•	Old greeting cards
•	Stickers 
•	Jar lids or plastic bottle caps  
•	Any other small items that could be glued or attached with scotch tape (examples: beads, buttons, pompoms, paper clips, bread bag clips, etc.)

BASIC items:
•	Glue 
•	Small scissors
•	Scotch tape
•	Markers or crayons
•	Play dough or modeling clay 

Day 3: Discovering Nature in Gaudi’s Buildings

•	Small carton box, like tea box or box from cosmetics (approximately 5-6 inches high) 
•	Construction paper
•	Aluminum foil or parchment paper (about 10 X 10 inches)
•	Paper towel tube or 2 toilet paper tubes
•	Scraps of colorful paper (wrapping paper or any other type)
•	Lunch paper bag (optional)
•	Markers 
•	Scissors
•	Scotch tape
•	Glue
For the craft portion of the class, parental guidance is required for younger students (ages 4-5) for the use of scissors and other materials. Parental guidance is recommended for older students (ages 6-8). 
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(296)
I am a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia with bachelor degree in Psychology. Also, I studied Early Childhood Education in Israel and Ukraine. 

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Group Class


for 3 classes
3x per week, 1 week
55 min

Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 4-8
1-4 learners per class

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