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Moon Sponge Painting 2nd Grade October Art Project West Mercer Elementary Art Enrichment Program

Moon Sponge Painting 2nd Grade October Art Project West Mercer Elementary Art Enrichment Program

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  • Moon Sponge Painting 2nd Grade October Art Project West Mercer Elementary Art Enrichment Program
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  • Lesson Overview Lesson: Variety/masking/sponges Medium: Paint Time: 30 minutes (plus set up/clean up) Curriculum Tie: Moon 5-6 volunteers HIGHLY recommended Project Overview/Skills Students will create a picture of the nighttime sky on canvas. They will use masking techniques and experiment with painting with sponges. Vocabulary Mask To Mask Preparation of canvases by instructors at least 1 day before the lesson Introduce the lesson, demonstration of the project, then if the students are on a rug, move back to their desks to begin. Limit the discussion to allow plenty of time for the kids to experiment with painting with sponges. Have the students sit on the floor during the discussion. Volunteers can be taping the paper to the desks and setting out supplies while the presentation is going on. Display Use pushpins on tack strips to hang canvases or hang on fabric walls outside classrooms There is a die-cut tool in the office that you can use to cut out yellow star shapes. You can write their names on the stars, which creates a nice display.
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  • Materials and Preparation Small stretched canvases (approx. 8 1/2 x 11) Black sharpies (for names on back of canvases) Drying rack (canvases dont fit very well because they are so thick) Sea sponges Tempera paint in squirt bottles blue, purple, black, pale pink (nighttime colors) Paper plates for the paint- 4 colors per plate with sky colors Foam star stickers (5-6 per student) (thin stickers can let paint under) Newspaper or butcher paper for desks Parent prep Materials Yellow paint (gallon size, not squirt bottle) (or fluorescent until we use it up) Paper plate Foam brush 1-2 size Swath of butcher paper to take home to let canvases dry on them Prep ahead of time Cut out moons from sheets of foam with sticky backs full moons, half moons, slivers to represent the phases of the moon (moons should be 2-3 inches in diameter) Paint the canvases yellow with foam brush- allow at least one full day for drying before the lesson. Stickers do not stick if canvas is even slightly damp. Prep in the classroom Butcher paper to cover desks Canvas and sponge per student Pile of moons and stars for group wet down sponges prior to use or they won't work (damp but not soaking wet) set out 1 or 2 per color Tempera on plates - they do not want too much paint on their sponges so it is better to give them a LITTLE paint to start with and fill it up often.
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  • What are you studying in science right now?
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  • Todays Project Moon Sponge Painting With your knowledge about the moon, we are going to turn this into this!
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  • Question? What is the difference between these words? a mask to mask
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  • What can we use when we paint? What else?
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  • Step 1- Put on mask shapes Place moon first, then stars.
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  • Night Sky Colors
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  • Step 2- Sponge in the night sky
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  • Step 3- Dont forget the edges
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  • Step 4 Peel off the masks