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This is a unique collection of art lessons and projects for elementary students that focuses on art, history, culture, geography and literacy integration - all in a child-friendly presentation. There's enough to fill your entire school year with art lessons and writing projects.Teacher Scripts: You do NOT need any previous experience or background knowledge of art or art history - the work is all done for you. Turn to page one and begin! Each art unit begins with a child-friendly teacher script
This fun Picasso art project for kids will make it difficult to hold back the giggles! Children love all the possibilities and you'll love how easy it will be to plan this abstract portrait drawing lesson! The timeline activity is a great way for students to put facts & events from their research in chronological order. (You'll also get some facts & events for younger students to use in the timeline.) What you get:• Teacher instructions (4 pages)• Picasso Face Key with links (1 page)•
Grades:
3rd - 9th

Also included in: Drawing Bundle

Use Op Art lessons to shows the elements of art in action! Each op art project in this set will help students understand how to create optical illusions through step by step instructions. Create striking artwork with this art activity that kids will enjoy and feel successful completing. Each lesson shows students a different way to manipulate the elements of art (such as line and color) to create some kind of optical illusion.What you get:• Table of Contents (1 page)• Vocab Words & Definitio
Grades:
1st - 6th

Also included in: Op Art MEGA Bundle!

Liven up a dull art history lesson with a roll a dice game! This art project to create a Wassily Kandinsky painting is no exception. Going to be absent? Fill up your art sub plan folder with engaging, low-prep art projects that are easy to implement for substitute teachers.Teach your students about The Blue Rider group, the difference between abstract and non-objective art, and how to handle watercolor paints. Step-by-step picture directions and the included PowerPoint presentation with close-up
This game is played individually with a dice. The students roll the dice and draw the appropriate part to create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso. After rolling the dice 4 times your students will have completed a portrait in the style of a Master Artist. After completing one, the students can start the game over. The possibilities are endless with this fun resource. The students will love playing the game in your class and it submerges them into the style of Picasso. I use this game i
Grades:
1st - 8th
Include Art and Multicultural Fun into Your Classroom! Students will read & learn about the art history from Nigeria, Italy, Japan, India, Mexico, and China! They will discover common art elements & themes from each location and famous artworks in history. "What I Learned" recall & writing pages as well as "Exploring Artwork" homework pages are included in this resource! Fun art projects featuring common elements and themes from each location are implemented in this resource! **Upda
This project helps you discover two different paintings by Vincent Van Gogh: ''Starry Night'' and ''Sunflowers''. Using these two paintings as inspiration, you will create your own unique painting, working in the same manner as the impressionist artists. Welcome the spring with this 'sunny' project. Level:Grade 3 and upInteresting for Junior high schoolTechnique:PaintingCollageVisual language:Curved linesCold coloursWarm coloursMixing coloursMaterials:Liquid Tempera paintsColoured wax crayonsSci
Get your students excited about learning art history and Cubism by creating a Pablo Picasso portrait with oil pastels. Fill up your art sub plan folder with engaging, low-prep art projects that are easy to implement for substitute teachers. Teach your students about abstract art, the artist's Blue Period, and Picasso's signature style of drawing a portrait simultaneously front-facing and in profile. Step-by-step picture directions and the included PowerPoint presentation with close-up, detailed
No Prep Art History has unique lessons that teach about famous artists and art movements from cave art to modern art. Each lesson has a teacher script, attention to the world map and culture, as well as at least one art project with extensions where possible. **This unit has been significantly updated with many more pictures of student work and examples, design and layout. More lessons have been added! These lessons do not have as many supporting class photos yet, but will be added as they are a
Drawing faces can be hard! Especially if you're 6! Instead of allowing your students to resort to drawing themselves as a stick figure, download this Simple Self Portrait drawing guide instead! In this super easy drawing visual you will find the steps to creating a portrait illustration is easier than your students think! With easy to follow steps, a fun cartoon style, and minimal wording, this visual is perfect for students in grades k-2. _________________________If you're interested in some an
60 Lessons on the 7 Elements of Art for your students! Students will learn and create artworks for color, value, shape & form, line, texture, and space! Teach the Elements of Art to your artastic classroom. 60 lessons can last ALL YEAR! Learn a variety of techniques and apply the elements to art projects or sketchbook work. #artteachersoftpt________________________________________________________________This Art Lesson is included in the Artastic Collective Membership.The Artastic Collective
Fall has arrived! Why not highlight it with an Aboriginal Art project? The Aboriginal people often paint kangaroos, snakes, lizards and lots of symbols. Our theme will be a Fall Leaf. This is a great way to work with warm and cool colours.This very complete project helps you to initiate your students into Aboriginal Art. The students will be proud of all of their dots and surprised at their results. Level:Grade 3 and up.Technique:Painting, pointillismVisual Language:RepetitionWarm ColoursCool Co
This listing includes 3 worksheet pages with 36 different boxes total. This listing also includes a colored example page for reference. All pages are contained within a single PDF file and you can print what you would like. Each worksheet includes 12 boxes that have "starter" lines. Students are instructed to create an image or design from these starter lines...the more creative the better! I have an additional imagination workout pack 2 available for download as well. Click here to visit pack
Ready to liven up a dull art history lesson? Why not try a roll a dice game? This art lesson to create an Henri matisse collage is no exception. Going to be absent? Fill up your art sub plan folder with engaging, low-prep art projects that are easy to implement for substitute teachers. Teach your students about Fauvism, organic shapes, and how the artist invented 'painting with scissors.' Step-by-step picture directions and the included PowerPoint presentation with close-up, detailed photos will
Art History & 30 Famous Artists: Looking for easy arts & crafts activities for elementary kids that focus on art history and famous artists? This is Set 2 of Art History for Elementary Students! There are art projects, activities and lessons focusing on 30 different artists that use a variety of easy-to-find materials. Each artist pack features a read-aloud script for the teacher to help introduce the artist and corresponding art project. This means you will not need a lot of background
Renaissance Activity - A fun and creative way to review a famous Renaissance painting. Students are asked to recreate the famous "Mona Lisa" by da Vinci from a more modern perspective. Teaches students to look at artwork in a new way and to put a modern spin on a classic!Students love this assignment and it's an engaging, creative and fun project for a Renaissance Unit in Social Studies, Art class or a study of Leonardo Da Vinci. Includes:- Teaching Tips / Extension Ideas- Assignment Sheet- Br
Learn to draw a vase of sunflowers while learning about the artist Vincent van Gogh. Your students will not only learn about van Gogh but also do some art criticism (talking about art) during the presentation. Then they will have a blast making a sunflower drawing with Expressive Monkey’s fun approach to drawing. When they are finished with their drawing (which can be turned into a beautiful painting), students will practice art criticism again by describing their own art. There is even an easy

Also included in: Drawing Bundle

Use this roll and draw sheet, for a fun and engaging way to introduce students to the artist Joan Miro. Students will create a surrealistic skyscape in the style of Joan Miro.Directions:• Roll the dice and pick a large shape to add to your paper. Draw it BIG.• Add 3 horizontal and 3 vertical lines intersecting the large shape.• Add 1-5 of each of the shapes you land on in the next 5 rolls.• Add 4-6 more shapes that you wish you had rolled.After having students follow the directions on the dice
Grades:
2nd - 7th

Also included in: Art Lesson Bundle

This 61 page PDF contains 50 much needed worksheets, tests, handouts, lists and more that every art teacher should have in their classroom. After years of searching for just the right visuals to use, and after making countless hand-outs myself, I’ve decided to share my 50 favorites with you. Simply print the file, then choose the ones most relevant to your unit of study and copy them as you need. These worksheets are perfect for middle school and high school students, but can surely be used
Grades:
2nd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
#artistsday21Who doesn't like superheroes? Students love them!A theme that boys love, and girls can also enjoy.This project is a great occasion to work on how to draw characters, while discovering an incredible artist: Roy Lichenstein, through the Pop Art movement.Level:Grade 3 and up. Also great for Junior High and High School.Technique:Drawing with feltsMaterials:Permanent black feltsRegular coloured feltsTactile or glossy paperScissorsGlueLead pencil, eraserVisual Language:Thick and thin line
This fun, helpful drawing visual will help your student when it comes to adding expressions and emotions to their portraits!_________________________If you're interested in some and useful fun classroom visuals, checkout my Color Concepts and Elements of Art collection!For more inspiration and info on new products, be sure to follow me on Instagram at @artwithmrs.e
As an Elementary teacher for many years, I've found that you can never have too many art ideas...especially at the K-3rd grade level. This PowerPoint presentation shows 50 different tried and true art lessons that I've used over the years. You'll find everything from drawing and painting, to printmaking, paper crafts, working with clay and more. Each page shows one or more examples of a finished product (all photographed examples were done by students, and therefore are exhibit a childlike handl
Get your students' attention with these Colorful Famous Artists Posters. Each poster is 8 1/2 X 11 inches. Each poster includes a cartoon image of the artist, a photograph of the artist, a tidbit about the artist, and a work of art by the artist. Just Print and Go! *This is a PDF printable document.Artists in this set include:Vincent van GoghRaphaelRembrandtJackson PollockAndy WarholLeonardo da VinciEdvard MunchGeorgia O'KeefeHenri MatisseMichelangeloClaude MonetPablo PicassoPiet MondrianKeith H
Grades:
PreK - 6th

Also included in: Famous Artists BUNDLE

Picasso was a Spanish painter and sculptor born in 1881. He is the co-founder of cubism and is one of the most influential modern artists of the 20th century. He is most known for his abstract paintings of faces. It is obvious that the painting is of a face although it usually showed a profile view as well as a frontal view with various facial features. The facial features are placed in various places and sometimes duplicated. I start this lesson by talking to the student's about Pablo Picasso.

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