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8th grade art

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for 8th grade art. Get inspired and try out new things.
Middle School Art Projects, Elementary Art Projects, Art School For Kids, Teen Art Projects, College Art Projects, Class Art Projects, Art Education Projects, Drawing Projects, Art Education Lessons

After nearly a decade of teaching secondary students, I've had a lot of time to test out a variety of 2d art projects. Let's face it: as teachers, sometimes we plan and plan and plan. We are so excited to deliver the project, and then... it flops. Students are uninterested and the final products aren't

Amanda Finley-Moxley
Middle School Art Projects, Art Lessons Middle School, Art Projects For Teens, Art School, Art Education Projects, Art Classes For Teens, Art Club Projects, Homeschool Art Projects, Unique Art Projects

Art How-to’s! Click the buttons to explore a wide variety of art making tutorials using a range of art media. Many tutorials feature detailed descriptions, how-to video's, free resources, and step by step photos to work at your own pace. Feel free to subscribe to my Youtube Channel to keep up with the latest how to videos

Kirsten Sigurdson
Summer Art Projects, Collage Art Projects, Art Projects For Teens, Elementary Art Projects, Drawing Projects, Middle School Art Projects, Art Lessons Middle School, Homeschool Art, Homeschooling

Student sample This project was BY FAR the most talked about lesson throughout the school year. It is best suited for upper middle school and/or high school level students. This project pushed their creative limits and forced them to talk to/ work with someone they did not know in the class. Here is the intro…

Shayli Gentry
Middle School Art Projects, Art Lessons Middle School, Elementary Art Projects, Art School, Texture Art Projects, Easy Art Projects, Painting Projects, Art Painting, Op Art

After a decade of teaching high school art, I've recently moved to teaching middle school art. It's a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I've learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded

Julie Jenkins