3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange, yellow) and cool colors (blue, green, purple) while painting their artworks.

3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange, yellow) and cool colors (blue, green, purple) while painting their artworks.

In Art class, third graders have been studying different types of lines. Students created a step by step drawing of an owl, drawing one line at a time. Third graders really focused on neat tracing, painting, cutting and gluing for this project. Way to go third graders! Your owls are a hoot!

In Art class, third graders have been studying different types of lines. Students created a step by step drawing of an owl, drawing one line at a time. Third graders really focused on neat tracing, painting, cutting and gluing for this project. Way to go third graders! Your owls are a hoot!

In Art class, 3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange,

In Art class, 3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange,

Artolazzi: Warm/Cool Suns: 'In Art class, 4th graders studied different types of lines while creating these sun drawings. Students also had to show an understanding of warm and cool colors while they were coloring their designs with markers'. *Thank you to my friend over at "what's happening in the art room" blog for this idea!*

Artolazzi: Warm/Cool Suns: 'In Art class, 4th graders studied different types of lines while creating these sun drawings. Students also had to show an understanding of warm and cool colors while they were coloring their designs with markers'. *Thank you to my friend over at "what's happening in the art room" blog for this idea!*

PATTERNS AND LINES || we had a super busy day today, but managed to find a few minutes for miss4 and I to talk about different types of lines. We drew zig zags, spirals, diagonal, straight and curvy lines. I had planned for us to then use our scissors to cut along the lines, but miss4 had other plans. She decided we would paste stickers along the lines, making alternating patterns. Lots of early math concepts to learn in this activity.

PATTERNS AND LINES || we had a super busy day today, but managed to find a few minutes for miss4 and I to talk about different types of lines. We drew zig zags, spirals, diagonal, straight and curvy lines. I had planned for us to then use our scissors to cut along the lines, but miss4 had other plans. She decided we would paste stickers along the lines, making alternating patterns. Lots of early math concepts to learn in this activity.

Fun line project.  Trace full body outline.  Fill with as many different types of lines as possible.  Paint the negative space.

Fun line project. Trace full body outline. Fill with as many different types of lines as possible. Paint the negative space.

Different Types of Lines (writing center, fine motor, laminate and trace with shaving cream)

Different Types of Lines (writing center, fine motor, laminate and trace with shaving cream)

This is a handy handout and/or poster showing different types of lines that we make in art! Great for elementary classrooms.  This worksheet shows examples of the following lines: straight, horizontal, diagonal, vertical, curvy, zig-zag, wavy, curly, spiral, dotted, thick, thin, bumpy, hatched & cross hatched.

This is a handy handout and/or poster showing different types of lines that we make in art! Great for elementary classrooms. This worksheet shows examples of the following lines: straight, horizontal, diagonal, vertical, curvy, zig-zag, wavy, curly, spiral, dotted, thick, thin, bumpy, hatched & cross hatched.

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