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Happy Little Rock Painting Art: Paint a Rock Snowman, Snow Woman, or Snow Person

In this one time class, learners will use any rocks they like and get step by step instructions to paint them to look like the parts of a snowperson!
Heather Stewart-Williams/DragonVault (She/Her)
189 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
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year olds
learners per class

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Meets once
30 minute class

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Class Experience

Students will improve their understanding of basic painting techniques.

Students will improve their understanding of different ways to use a brush when painting a rock.

Students will learn how to assemble their rock parts to make a complete snowperson.
I have been painting and creating artwork for many years. I have also been teaching elementary school aged kids for over four years. I have used acrylic paints with my students in my own classroom, and I have taught children and adults how to paint different pictures at birthday parties.
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-Acrylic Paint in a Variety of Colors: I recommend white, black, and orange as a basic set of colors for snow people. You can add other colors that you'd like to use to decorate the snow people. **I really love acrylic paint pens for rock painting, and kids love to use them since they are a little easier to manage. If you get the paint pens, you don't need brushes.** -Fine/Thin paint brushes. I use a size 2 flat brush for the white, then a size 0-2 round brush for details. -At least 3 rocks per snow person. Younger artists may prefer larger rocks to paint. You can use rocks from outside as long as they have been cleaned, or you may purchase rocks specifically for painting. Here are some on Amazon: -A hairdryer is not necessary, but will speed up drying time if your learner uses a lot of paint or very wet paint. -If you want to seal the paint on the rocks to make it last longer, you can use a spray sealer like this one: I recommend using the brands Liquitex or Arteza for your paint as the quality is a little better but they are still priced well. Brands such as Craftsmart are okay too, but they are a little thinner and sometimes require more paint when making your masterpiece. You can usually find the paint, brushes, and rocks at Michael's or JoAnn's. Amazon and some other online sites have some supplies as well, but please allow time for shipping if you choose to shop online. **Your learner may use different styles of paint (tempera, craft, washable, etc.), but be aware that different types of paint do not always work the same way. If different styles are used, the results will vary.**
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners will have a new rock painting to share.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental supervision or guidance is suggested for inexperienced or younger learners. Acrylic paint will wash off of skin and surfaces such as tables, but it will stain clothing. It is suggested that your learner wear clothing that you don't mind getting paint on, and that your learner is in an area that can be wiped down. I suggest putting newspaper or paper towels under the area where your learner will paint in case of spills.


Heather Stewart-Williams/DragonVault (She/Her)
Lives in the United States
Certified Teacher, Homeschool Mom, Artist, and Writer (Special Education and K-12 Certified, Nearpod Certified Educator)
189 total reviews
197 completed classes

About Me

I was an elementary school teacher for over four years, and I am also certified in Special Education. I enjoy teaching every subject, including art and music! I want students to have fun while they are learning. When students have fun and make a... 
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