Kindergarten Lessons

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Kindergarten Material List

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Material List for the Kindergarten Art Projects

Lesson Material
One 12 x 18 white paper, crayons and markers
Crayons, markers, pencils and ink pens (linear Drawing tools) One sheet of white paper 8 x 11
scissors, glue sticks, a black fine tip marker (or Sharpie) 2, 3" x 6" construction paper, one red and one blue, one 6" x 6" yellow construction paper with strips cut for weaving
one 2" x 4" piece of construction paper (any Color), glue stick, 8" x 12" white paper, crayons and markers
Assorted colors of construction paper, glue stick, one 12 x 18 white paper and markers.
Images of a variety of mask (available on the video), Various colors of construction paper and a scrap box if you keep one, scissors and glue sticks
One sheet of any color construction paper, a permanent black ink pen (Sharpies work well) and pictures of winter trees
Picture of "One of the Family", by Frederick Cotman (part of lesson)
6 x 24 white drawing paper, markers and pencil
2 x 2 square of poster board, a thin strip of poster board, tape, scissors, paint, paint brush, plate or jar for the paint, water for clean up, paper towels and 18 x 24 white paper
Blue construction paper (9 x 12), white Tempera paint, paint brush, water and paper towels
Last lessons snowman painting, glitter, white glue, small buttons, small sticks and other materials may be incorporated
Several different colors of play dough (enough for each student to have a handful)
Several different colors of play dough (enough for each student to have a handful)
The self portrait we began last week, crayons, the same paintings we looked at in the last lesson
2, 6 x 9 sheets of white paper and crayons
Each child will need several sheets of white paper, scissors, warm and cool color markers and a glue stick
Heavy white paper (each child will need five wide strips of paper), red, yellow, blue green and white tempera paint, a paintbrush (preferably flat 1), a plastic fork, other objects that can be pressed, dragged or rolled through the paint to make textures, water and paper towels
Heavy white paper as a ground to work on, scissors, white glue and the textured paintings from last lesson
Pictures of flowers or a variety of real flowers for the children to look at, practice drawing paper, a sheet of 18 x 18 white or manila paper and a pencil
Red, yellow, orange, blue, green and purple tempera paint, a collection of brushes, large, Medium and small and the flower drawings from last lesson
A 9x18 piece of white paper, glue stick, scissor and color construction paper (or the scrap box)
Collage from last lesson, scrap box of construction paper, scissors, glue stick
Corrugated cardboard cut to any size (each student should have the same size cardboard), pencils and a bottle of glue for each student
Black wax shoe polish, gold Acrylic paint and lots of paper towels (the children will need to put something over their clothing to keep from ruining them)
9 x 12 heavy white paper (construction paper will work fine), watercolor pans, a brush, a cup of water and a paper towel for each child.
The watercolor paintings from last lesson, sharpened sticks (the sticks can be small twigs, if they are small enough they can be sharpened in a regular pencil sharpener, otherwise use an xacto knife and be sure to push the blade away from your hand as you sharpen - see the demonstration in the video) and black drawing ink. The drawing ink can be purchased in a quart size container (the most economical way to buy it) and poured into very small cups (such as children medicine cups). If these materials cannot be obtained a sharpie type marker can be used instead (permanent black ink pen).
Markers, white paper and books or pictures of butterflies
2 x 6 strips of white paper, 9 x 18 white paper, a soft pencil (like a primary pencil or a 4B drawing pencil)
Self portrait drawing from last week, gray scale and drawing pencil (you may also want to give them a scrap piece of paper to put under their hand to keep from smearing the pencil over their drawing)