glue salt on paper and paint the salt...

salt painting - make design on card stock with glue stick, poor salt over the glue, use dropper to drop colored water (made with food coloring) onto the salt


Teach Art: Aboriginal Art History Game {NAIDOC Week Activities & Art Sub Plans}

4th grade began by drawing & cutting out a black paper silhouette of an animal. "Then students drew one or two x-ray drawings: an image of one of the animal's bones or organs. The last step was to add patterns of dots to their animals using tempera paint and swabs. Students included an Aboriginal symbol, concentric circles, on the backgrounds of their artworks. The concentric circle stands for family, or a village."

Zilker Elementary Art Class: Grade Aboriginal Dot Paintings (Did the same concept at den meeting, but used AZ Native American animal designs as inspiration. It turned out great!

Indigenous Rainbow Serpents

This page is a lot of snake crafts for kids. There are snake craft ideas and projects for kids. If you want teach the animals easy and fun to kids,you can use these activities. You can also find on this page template for snake crafts .

Idea for Aboriginal designs on drift wood... Something to do when they are done.  If your an art teacher you know what I am talking about!

Inspired by Free People

DIY Colored Sticks - Ginette Lapalme has created beautiful DIY colored sticks by painting driftwood. This piece of art could be turned into a craft for kids that could .

Aboriginal symbols on rocks for children to play with. NAIDOC week.

Students can study aboriginal symbols and transfer them onto rocks to be added to a rock garden that the whole school contributes as a part of NADOC week celebrations.