Storybook Art by MaryAnn Kohl
updated March 1, 2010

Chapter 1: Paint


Color Outline



Acetate Layers



* I prefer Eric Carle's "Slowly, Slowly, Slowly," said the Sloth
Multi Paint Picture


Carousel by Donald Crews
Motion Effect



Jackson Piglet Wall Painting



Corduroy Print Bear



Cat & Mouse Prints



Winter Mist



Collagraph



Decorating Cookies



Pencil Watercolor



Alpha Baggie Book - see this activity



Glue Block Print



Blue Fingerdots



Patchwork Parade



Brown Bag Painting



Shaded Potato Print - see this activity



Wipe Away Fingerpaints



Stencil Trees


It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw
Shaving Cream Puffs



Lights & Snow



Window Letters



Mixing Mouse Tracks - see this activity



Mono Color Painting



Etch and Paint Plaster


Chapter 2: Draw


Border Extension



See Through Scribbles



Cross-Hatch & Stipple



Fancy Words



Behind the Scene



Four Square Seasons



Spot Dots



Talking Bubbles



Bold Marking



Accented Pencil



Mirror Reflection



All in a Row, One Line Design



Homemade Scratchboard



Crayon Rubbing Scene



Embossed Drawing



Charcoal Sketch - see this activity



*Iza Trapani's books are also good for this; we used Froggie Went A-Courtin'
Illustrated Music



Fantasy Architecture



Key Element Color



Shaded Watercolor



Pen & Ink Humor



Assembled Tree Rubbing



Lightly Sketch



Classic Illustrating



Pattern Repeat


Chapter 3: Cut/Collage


Realistic Lupine



Mixed Collage Story



Thick Paper Collage



Count On Cut-Outs



Letter CollÚ



View of My Planet



Collection Collage



Photo Finish



Memory Scrap Quilt



Watercolor Snow Collage - see this activity



Photo Story



See Shapes



Loving Family Photo Collage



Outline Focus



Peek-a-Boo Mitten



Tissue ExposÚ



Glittery Pieces



Snakeskin Patterns



Tankas


How Thunder and Lightning Came to Be: A Choctaw Tale by Beatrice Orcutt Harrell
Fine Feather Collage



Cut & Paste Scene



Mystery Clips



Fuzzy Collage



Surreal Illusion



Clone Collage


Chapter 4: Craft/Construct


* I prefer Clare Beaton's Mother Goose Remembers
Stitching Time



Balloon Sculpture



3 D Feelie Bugs



One of a Kind Artsy Shoes



Crystal Snowflake



ABC Sticks



Handmade Paper



Silly Spaghetti



Calendar Hat



Shoebox Bedroom



Tea Set Clay



Squeezy Inchworms



Sand Sculpture



Friendship Stick



Assembled Noodles



Pressed Clay Illustration



Pop-Up Scene



Rozan-Ji Garden



The Kid in the Hat



Snowy Layers



Look Alike Assemblage



Crazy-for-Crictor Socks



Paper Plate Sculpture



Bath-Time Paints



Portraiture


My thanks to MaryAnn Kohl for sending me the links to five of these activities, available FREE on her website!


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