Middle School Painting & Drawing Activities

Middle School Painting & Drawing activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy middle school painting & drawing activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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One of the most beautiful parts of every cathedral is the stained glass window above the entrance, called a Rose window. Your child can create his own!
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Bring history to life by helping your child create her own cartouche like the Egyptians did thousands of years ago.
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Help your child learn one of the most beautiful mathematical expressions in nature as she uses the Fibonacci sequence to create a "spiral of beauty."
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Get your middle schooler to explore symmetry and practice art and math measurements; have her draw the other half of a given face!
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Kids get creative as they experiment with fabrics and textures to create their very own collagraphs.
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Your middle schooler's favorite book is being made into a motion picture, and she's the chosen designer. Help her create a movie poster to entice viewers.
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Turn your child's learning about ancient civilizations into a swashbuckling adventure by having her make an ancient treasure map!
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Here's a painting activity that's a lesson in secondary colors. Your child will mix and match paints to discover all the different hues one color can have!
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A mixture of botany, exploration, Abstract Art and Pop Art color theoryĆ¢this activity never gets dull! Start by exploring outdoors and finish with indoor art.
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Draw some inspiration from pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and create a bright, bold comic-style image.
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This folk art painting lets kids develop watercolor and painting techniques with scenes of everyday life.
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Your child can create a portrait of himself or his loved ones in the style of Modigliani with the help of oil pastels!
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Your child can experiment with pouring paint, just like Frankenthaler, which encourages her design abilities and creativity!
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You may have a future Van Gogh, Picasso, or Warhol on your hands! Challenge your teen to reproduce her favorite painting with a brand new medium.
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Explore the positive and negative shapes of a piece of fruit or a vegetable by doing a contour cut-out drawing.
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Expand your child's thinking and encourage experimentation with this art project that uses sandpaper and crayons to make a heat transfer work of art!
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Got an aspiring illustrator or animator on your hands? Let your child try making his own hand-drawn animation by creating a 4th of July flip book.
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Have your high-schooler immerse himself in art history with this hands-on lesson.
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Show your high schooler how to map out his life's intentions by creating a Sankofa, a Swahili practice to remind him that his choices determine his course.
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Your child can learn more about still life painting and even Dutch influence on horticulture and art!

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