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Finger Painting Club Part 1 (Flex Class) by the Painting Panda
Finger Painting Club Part 1: (FLEX CLASS) where we have a themed 4 week schedule, and learn to paint different projects with our fingers.
442 total reviews for this teacher
7 reviews for this class
Completed by 55 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
There are no open spots for this class.
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Welcome to The Finger Painting Club by the Painting Panda! One of my favorite parts of being an artist is getting to really engage my 5 senses while painting. Smelling the brand new canvas, and the different types of paints I use bring my nose alive. Squishing paint out of my soft plastic tubes of paint, is very satisfying for my hands. Hearing the metal and plastic knives scrape against the rough weave in my canvas while I'm painting increase my creativity thanks to my ears. This may...
Learn how to experience different textures with painting Learn how to be creative Learn how to use your fingers as paint brushes, paint movers, paint bloppers Learn Lines and Linear Techniques
This has been one of my most favorite classes to create. I love teaching painting, especially acrylic! This medium allows so much flexibility, and is easy to correct! My favorite part about teaching art classes is when I get to see the world through the eyes of the students by viewing their works of art. Being able to experience the paint, not just use it is something that I feel really unlocks the brain's power to be imaginative, creative, and confident in one's self with their style of art. Finger paint art really helps teach little learners how to handle their fingers and see patterns, lines, and shapes with different colors. As mentioned in my teacher profile I have 10 years of experience teaching early education pre-K classes, in both North Carolina and Utah. I have been able to use my degrees in Visual Arts with a focus on Art History from NCSU and my Associate in Arts from Wake Tech Community College, to teach kids and adults: various art classes here in North Carolina for the past 7 years. With my scouting connections I have had 5 years experience teaching science and history classes in North Carolina and Florida. Whether it was as a Co-Op teacher for my local home school groups, Art merit Badge Counselor for the local Boy Scout clinic, teaching STEAM classes for Cub Scouts, Nail art and Jewelry Crafting to teenage girls in my church, or summer art classes through my business, The Painting Panda, I love being able to share what I have learned!
Table cloth or something to protect your space Smock for student to protect clothing 4 11x14 or 8x10 canvases or canvas boards (the canvas boards will have a slightly different affect, because it won't allow light to shine through the backside of the canvas bringing extra brightness to the work of art.) Acrylic paint (white, blue, yellow, green, orange, purple, pink, red, brown, gray) Paper towels or baby wipes or a re-usable rag
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parents may need to help their learner set up, watch, and do the projects so there is less mess, and more fun. Especially if the student is watching the video and doing the project at the same time. Don't want paint all over a device, or splattered all over the table or floor. If your learner has texture concerns, wearing a pair of gloves can help. If acrylic or latex are concerns, please contact me, so we can make adjustments. If this is your learner's first Outschool class I recommend getting familiar with the Zoom interface and platform before the class starts. Outschool has a few articles and videos that can help. Unfortunately I am really unable to deal with any technical issues once class has begun and if you are experiencing issues, it's best to contact technical support at Outschool directly via the HELP tab on the website. https://support.outschool.com/en/articles/2133758-live-class-troubleshooting-tips-for-parents https://support.outschool.com/en/articles/802757-tips-for-your-first-outschool-class Hi parents, I have created a really fun interactive classroom through google sheets for one of our extra parts to class. This classroom has images of my own finger painted, and other beautiful art that the students get to click on for a fun game or video. The videos are links to youtube videos (some are my own, and others are from kid friendly paint themed resources). I have done everything on my end to remove ads, however if you need to do something on your end to remove ads, or stop other videos from playing after the initial one I have linked please have those settings already in place, otherwise you can view along side your child. This is an optional extra your child can participate in, that is really fun.
The Painting Panda Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
442 total reviews
683 completed classes
Hey Ya'll! I am not your typical art teacher who teaches from a mold, and expects kids to fit into a box. Being taught with that mindeset prevented true creativity, self exploration and expression, and any honest confidence in my...