Fireworks over city, 5th grade originally. Wonderful combination of black and white designs (possibly zentangles?) and color! Maybe good for a sub lesson....
Gather up leaves while you still can, because this awesome <a href="https://cassiestephens.blogspot.com/2012/03/leaf-relief.html" target="_blank">leaf relief wall art</a> isn't something you want to pass up.
What we did was we get thick paper or cardboard. Then we drew out the designer we wanted and then glued yarn to the pencil lines. Put tin foil over top. Then sharpie market it. And presto! You got yourself tin art!
Students created this projects by gluing down scraps of cardboard and other found objects onto a cardboard base. The base was then covered with crumpled aluminum foil and then decorated with a mixture of paint, inks, and/or pastels.
Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.
collage type silhouette cats cut out PRINT 8x10 by Elizabeth Rosen