I actually got this from the previous art teacher who retired so all the credit goes to her.
I took large black paper sheets 24x36 or something like that. I added gold paint to my elmers glue and drew random lines all over the paper. the next morning they were dry and I cut the paper into about 5x8 inch size. They go in a bin with a few boxes of colored chalk. Students then take out the designs they like and color and smudge in and around the shapes. They come out really nice and it's one of the more popular centers in the room.
>On 5/31/07, Sue Cosgrove <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I need ideas for centers in the elementary artroom. Up until now I was giving "free draw". But I need to do something different. I would loave all ideas for stuff for kids to do after they finish their work.
>> Sue Cosgrove
>> Art Teacher
>> Carroll Elementary School
>> The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it. W.M. Lewis
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