Halloween Art: Colorful Spiderweb
In this two day class, students will create a colorful web and spider.
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25 minutes per class
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Celebrate the Halloween season with a spiderweb artwork. Students will use paper collage and relief sculpture techniques to create this colorful spider project. Although this class is taught using a directed drawing method, students are encouraged to make their drawing unique to them. To ensure students get interaction with the teacher, the beginning of class will start with introductions and class will end with sharing their art with the class, talking about the choices they made when...
Students will work on improving cutting, pasting, and fine motor skills. Students will continue to develop skills in artistic expression and artistic decision making.
Ms. Alyssa possesses a degree in art education and has years of experience working with young students. She believes that basic understanding of art techniques and theories are important things that students should learn to not only further their art skills but also to see the beauty in the world around them!
Day 1: Black paper Colored paper Pencil Scissors White school glue Salt Day 2: Watercolor paints Paint Brush Cup of Water Glue
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students must be comfortable with scissors. If not, they will need parental assistance.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
341 total reviews
433 completed classes
Hello! Here's what you need to know about me: I love art and teaching! I have a degree in art education, and I have lots of experience working with young students. I think that a basic understanding of art techniques and theories are important...