Alison Hardy
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Art Project for Teaching Symmetry. Use a head shot from a magazine picture that is looking straight on. Cut in half and glue to one side of paper. Student draws other half to complete face. I've used this several times. They always turn out great. Makes the kids feel like they are really artists.

Art Project for Teaching Symmetry. Use a head shot from a magazine picture that is looking straight on. Cut in half and glue to one side of paper. Student draws other half to complete face. I've used this several times. They always turn out great. Makes the kids feel like they are really artists.

Symmetrical self-portraits - great idea for teaching symmetry and measurement. Excellent step-by-step instructions.

Symmetrical self-portraits - great idea for teaching symmetry and measurement. Excellent step-by-step instructions.

* I recently discovered hannahsartclub.wordpress.com. It is an inspiring blog about creative projects for kindergarten and beyond, run by Hannah. She is a talented former art gallery and museum curator from the UK who currently works as an art teacher in Vienna, Austria. Hannah’s students are preschool children aged between three and six. * * On her blog, Hannah wrote: “I … … Continue reading →

* I recently discovered hannahsartclub.wordpress.com. It is an inspiring blog about creative projects for kindergarten and beyond, run by Hannah. She is a talented former art gallery and museum curator from the UK who currently works as an art teacher in Vienna, Austria. Hannah’s students are preschool children aged between three and six. * * On her blog, Hannah wrote: “I … … Continue reading →