I am not sure why these reindeer have moose antlers.  When you let kids freestyle, they tend to change it up a little.  I like change.  Change is good for everyone. 
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Directions for the project:

The kids drew their reindeer.  I encouraged them to chill on the details. 
They painted the background and then, the deer.
They used oil pastels to touch up and make snowflakes.
I like.
Some kids did not “ground” their reindeer, but that is okay because reindeer fly.  And well, Moosiefied Reindeer fly, too!

Here is Hozier “Changing Up” ‘Changes’ by David Bowie.

Run Run Rudolph was a great lesson. It was pretty simple and straight forward because I used this reference: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Christmas-Art-Activity-and-Lesson-Plan-for-Kids-Red-Nosed-Reindeer-Winter-1615469
You can find more art by Claudia Loubier here:
You guys know how it gets this time of year and sometime it is nice to just have a go too lesson for good ole art education fun!
I think the reindeer turned out really well and they all have their own unique personality with many individualized details.
The watercolor resist sky is always one of my favorites!
This one did a fantastic job of smudging the oil pastels.
Such cool detail with the black snow flake effect.
Other reindeer lessons can be found in the links below:
How to draw a reindeer links are located below:
Thanks for stopping by and check out our other Christmas Art Lessons that we have used in our classrooms. They have all been very successful lessons to teach.
Merry Merry….1969