Thursday, November 23, 2017

Project for kids: Rainy Day Photography with a Smartphone

Project for kids: Rainy Day Photography with a Smartphone
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Today’s Photography project for kids is photographing in a rainy day. Rain doesn’t have to spoil our artistic vein, so let’s take our smartphones and go outside. Do not let your phone get wet though. Use an umbrella or cover the screen with a plastic bag. Don’t go in the middle of the storm, you [...]

Photography Project for Kids: Finding Spring Small Treasures

Photography Project for Kids: Finding Spring Small Treasures
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This is a wonderful photography project to do with Kids, because children love little things and because, they can find the most amazing stuff. If you take a walk in the neighborhood or your closest park, you will be surprised at what children can find.

Project for kids: Backlight Photography with a Smartphone

Project for kids: Backlight Photography with a Smartphone
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Backlighting isn’t ideal for a smartphone camera because the pictures are often underexposed. But you can use backlight creatively to you advantage.                         Today we will learn how and when, can we use backlight and when should we avoid it.  Do not try to [...]

Photography Project for kids: Using a Smartphone in the City

Photography Project for kids: Using a Smartphone in the City
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Taking a walk in our own town or city is a great opportunity to teach photography to our kids. In today’s project, children will learn a few tips to obtain better images.                         It is important to choose a bright and beautiful day, dark [...]

Photography for Kids: How to use the Smartphone Camera

Photography for Kids: How to use the Smartphone Camera
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Every day our kids use their mobile or smartphones to take pictures. For over 100 years Photography was almost magical, and only experts knew what was happening inside the little black box.                             Today we have in our hands the power to [...]

Art Project for Kids: Paper Sculptures

April 22, 2013 by  
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Art Project for Kids: Paper Sculptures
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Creating paper sculptures is a a great project for kids. Paper is easy to bend, cut, turn, and roll. It can take any form, it is lightweight and it is always handy. Kids can make their sculptures anywhere, during a long trip in the car, in a rainy afternoon at home, or while waiting in [...]

Sculpture Project for Kids: Alberto Giacometti

April 19, 2013 by  
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Sculpture Project for Kids: Alberto Giacometti
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Alberto Giacometti was a Swiss artist, his sculptures are really thin and tall figures, maybe because he lived during World War II, and people were hungry. In this sculpture project, we will try to recreate his work by making thin and tall figures. To read more about his life, click on the image:     [...]

Art Project for Kids: Colored Rice Collage

April 16, 2013 by  
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Art Project for Kids: Colored Rice Collage
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As a part of our collage series, we decided to try some unconventional media: colored rice. This is very easy art project, and kids would love it. Making a collage during the long summer months, on a rainy day, or when they are tired or sick, can turn their day around. Kids are creative by [...]

Art Project for Kids: Fernando Botero Sculptures

April 14, 2013 by  
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Art Project for Kids: Fernando Botero Sculptures
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Fernando Botero is a Colombian artist, his work is well known around the world for his chubby and rounded figures. For our art project today, we will be making sculptures, and we will get our inspiration in Fernando Botero’s animal sculptures. To learn more about him, and to read his biography go to the following [...]

Art Project for Kids: How to Paint like Jackson Pollock

February 24, 2013 by  
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Art Project for Kids: How to Paint like Jackson Pollock
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This art project is great to give our kids a very relaxing and fun art project: How to paint like Jackson Pollock. Jackson Pollock was an American artist who studied classical drawing and composition, but he felt traditional painting was very static, and he needed action. So developed his own technique: “action painting.”  

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