- I think any exploratory art ideas will work for him, art that is a process and not a product. He might like printing with a balloon...dip in paint, press onMessage 1 of 4 , Apr 30, 2009View SourceI think any "exploratory" art ideas will work for him, art that is a process and not a product.He might like printing with a balloon...dip in paint, press on paper. Or other objects that are a simple dip and press activity.Check my website for art ideas that fit this area:www.brightring.comOn Apr 30, 2009, at 9:23 PM, square1marty wrote:
- I worked with several autistic students for three years and the number one thing they loved was when we did weaving on cardboard looms with large sized yarn inMessage 2 of 4 , May 1, 2009View Source
My 2 1/2 year old grandson is autistic and I need some reference books or art lesson ideas that I can do with him. He's very receptive to "song" and loves to "marker-up" the white board with Crayola window markers that I've set up for him. Any ideas would be most helpful. It's been a long time since I taught special needs children.
- Some ideas for your 2 1/2 old grandson from my website, http://www.brightring.com (Go to Free Activities ):Message 3 of 4 , May 1, 2009View Source
Some ideas for your 2 1/2 old grandson from my website, http://www.brightring.com (Go to "Free Activities"):
Scribble Dabble - from Primary Art
Pre-Step: For budding artists
Preliminary Art Experience: Scribble Dabble
Primary Art Experience: Peel Away Tape Design
1. Pre-Step - For budding artists:
Peel masking tape from a roll and tear off.
Stick to paper.
Materials:masking tapechoice of construction paper (any color, including white)
2. Preliminary Art Experience - Scribble Dabble:
Stick masking tape in a design on paper, and scribble over the paper and tape with crayons or markers. When finished, remove the tape to see the remaining design!
Materials:masking tapechoice of construction paper (any color, including white)crayons or colored markers
1. Stick strips of masking tape to a sheet of construction paper in any design. Stick the tape lightly instead of pressing hard to make it easier to remove the tape in step four.
2. Scribble vigorously over the entire paper and tape, changing colors frequently.
3. When the paper is filled with color, carefully and slowly peel the masking tape away revealing the remaining design.
3. Primary Art Experience - Peel Away Tape Design:
Stick masking tape on a piece of mat board, embellish the open spaces with color, and then peel away the tape for a final design.
Materials:square of white mat boardmasking tape (blue painter’s masking tape works best)crayon, paint, colored marking pensscissors
1. Stick strips of masking tape to a square of mat board in an intentional, planned design. Employ features of design by crossing the tape over itself, overlapping strips, and tearing off small pieces to stick to the mat design. It is important to plan to leave areas of white mat board showing between tape pieces.
2. Color the spaces left between the tape-lines with crayon, paint, or colored markers. The colors may be solid, or patterns and designs may be drawn to fill in the spaces.3. Carefully and slowly peel away the tape to see the stencil effect remaining on the mat board. (Tape may be left on the work instead, if preferred.)Other tape and stencil ideas:• Spray the masking tape design with thinned tempera paint or liquid watercolor paint. Then remove the making tape.• Create with contact paper instead of tape. Peel away after coloring the spaces and areas outside the contact paper.• Tape designs on a blank t-shirt. Color in the open spaces with fabric marker. Then peel off the tape.