Self portrait kids

Encourage your kids to express their creativity with these fun and easy self portrait ideas. Capture their unique personalities and create lasting memories with these inspiring projects.
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I've been at Dos Rios/Two Rivers Elementary in Springfield all this week and last. We're making projects to take home, and some to sell at the Springfield First Friday Art Walk in May! This was their project that they were able to take home to their families: Self Portraits! For the older kids (grades 2-5) I did a more involved lesson on proportions of the face, colored with sharpie and tissue paper.... read that lesson by clicking here. For the Kinders and first graders, we did this version…

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Debbie Clement
These self portraits for kids are a sweet and colorful introductions to what a self portrait really is.  A few guided drawing tips along with a bright, beautiful tissue paper background makes this art lesson a winner for any age. This is an easy art lesson that has results that shine with personality. Illustrators, People, Elementary Art, Pre K, Elementary Art Projects, Kindergarten Art Lessons, Art Lessons For Kids, Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary

These self portraits for kids are a sweet and colorful introductions to what a self portrait really is. A few guided drawing tips along with a bright, beautiful tissue paper background makes this art lesson a winner for any age. This is an easy art lesson that has results that shine with personality.

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Chen Tamary-amir
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So way back when I first started teaching (cough cough, 15 years ago back in 2008, there was no Pinterest, no Instagram and very few blogs to gather lesson ideas. We all know the early years of teaching is rough, but when you have very limited access to other art teachers to share ideas with, and have to create everyth

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Jolize Heydenrych