Cave Painting Art Lesson

Cave Painting Art Lesson


Correction: The verb is CRUMPLE- not crumble. to create TEXTURE!!! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

10 Comments

  • Marguerite Corbett says:

    Hello, I enjoyed your video. Could you please share a link to getting that print out of all the animals? I would like to have that available for my daughter when she makes her cave paintings.

  • Mathew Court says:

    Do you mean crumple? Cookies crumble!

  • Mumbo Is Dad says:

    Lol look to the right!!! She's off the green screen!! HAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

  • Tania Amaro says:

    Liked your presentation. Please advise where you found the animal pictograph sheets. thanks

  • James T. Nichols says:

    great video

  • Nuzzle Cats says:

    This was my art teacher once πŸ˜€

  • sueandsilvain says:

    This is disturbing that a teacher and author does not know the difference between crumble and crumple. If I use this idea for homeschooling, I'll ensure I teach my child the correct word.

  • Nancy Schaefer says:

    As an elementary art teacher preparing to give this lesson, I just want to say thanks for sharing your hard work and fun ideas. And for the record, I think Mr Poopypants is just a little tad knit-picky about the crumble vs crumple thing. You handled it well and even managed to slip in a plug for growth mindset πŸ™‚ Good work!

  • Debra McGann says:

    Awesome Video!! and Beautifully written and illustrated book!! πŸ™‚

  • Darrel Andrew Green says:

    Very simple drawing what a history lesson about our ancestral artistry on tablets of stone thank you for it gives a non-artist something simple to draw such works of art.

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