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NEW NOVEMBER 2018! I created videos this year to accompany this lesson and what a HUGE difference! The videos are edited so that students (or teachers using for clarification) can see the steps very quickly and maximize time. The videos also cover a range of ideas, techniques, etc. There is ONE vide
Grades:
3rd - 12th
This bundle includes multiple resources revolving around the art problem of recreating a famous artwork in a 3-D from using cardboard. The bundle features a PowerPoint with artist exemplars, student examples, step-by-step directions, practice activites and grade sheets. Appropriate for any high sc
Recycled Art Sculpture Lesson! Cardboard & Paint! Middle School & High School!Are you looking for a new and easy sculpture lesson?! Try this student-tested art lesson (8th graders loved it!) inspired by the art of Kimmy Cantrell! This concept-rich, open-ended art lesson will work great in a
Google slides presentation for distance learning. Seamlessly uploads to Google Classroom!Voice over slides for step by step instruction.Videos include, Teacher made how-to and YouTube videos.Visuals of Alexander Calder's Sculpture artworks as well as student and teacher made examples. Thinking ques
Time for a Recycling Unit? Put all that Cardboard to good use and make some super fun three-dimensional Cardboard Dog Sculptures.Lesson Includes:Material ListInstructions for how to make a three-dimensional dog face out of cardboard, including step-by-step photographsTeacher ExampleStudent Examples
Grades:
5th - 8th
Take some stress off during this crazy and special time of the year!! Collect and cut down a bunch of cardboard (my paper cutter does an awesome job for me!), and just play this video for your kiddos as I do. I have back-to-back classes, so I enjoy the time that this 5:50 video provides me to get m
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Not Grade Specific
This is a great project for an art teacher that want to include 3-D work, who may or may not have a kiln in their art room. This is also a great way to repurpose old cardboard boxes. Students will view and discuss artist Frank Stella 's sculptures and create an original cardboard sculpture using rec
Cardboard Relief Sculptures are fun and engaging for students of all ages. This resource kit showcase a PDF with 15 different techniques, list of materials, and more. Included are links to two powerpoints to share with students. One has 18 slides and focuses on construction techniques and the second
Learning about art is best accomplished by experiencing it - creating, analyzing, comparing, interpreting, and sharing real art. Cardboard Roll Sculpture is engaging and hands-on, making it perfect teaching tool, even for classroom teachers who don't necessarily consider themselves "artsy". And it i
This middle or high school art lesson is great for applied art, crafts, sculpture classes on a budget or distance learning. Students create whimsical houses out of cardboard. They focus on using curving whimsical lines and texture to add interest and personality to their work. Included is a Googl
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education
This visual art lesson plan introduces students to constructing sculpture while recycling packaging cardboard. Examples were created with students aged 5+All steps are clearly explained and photographed, giving you the confidence to deliver quality visual art lessons to your students and includes op
Relief sculpture project using cardboard where students are inspired by sculpture artist Louise Nevelson
This documents contained a handout with a project description and a place for sketching grounds in addition to a rubric. The second handout supports a cardboard texture tile practice as seen in the unit PowerPoint.
Perfect for the art room or classroom. This worksheet encourages students to explore different ways of attaching cardboard:Hole punch and pipe cleanersL-BraceSlotsSkewerTabsBrass fastenersA perfect skill-building activity for introducing students to cardboard sculpture. This resource also includes a
Students will learn how to make castes of objects using cardboard. Extra cardboard boxes are great to use for this! This lesson includes video instruction and a PDF lesson plan with lesson extensions and adaptions, steps, a homework assignment (where they will apply what they have learned) and tip
Grades:
2nd - 12th, Adult Education
Perfect for the art room or classroom. This colourful poster is ideal for displaying in the Sculpture Centre or printing as a resource card. It provides a visual anchor chart of different techniques students can use when constructing with cardboard.This resource focuses on the Studio Habits of Mind:
Students will learn about 'bas-relief' and 'high relief'. They will look, listen, discuss, draw, cut, glue, and paint as they learn how to create their own Cardboard relief Sculptures. The elements of Art that can be emphasized and or elaborated on in this lesson are: LINE, SHAPE, SPACE, FORM, TEXTU
Hi Art Teachers(8th-12th), I have created a slideshow of a cardboard project inspired by Aaron Curry's sculpture. It contains step by step instructions. The question worksheet will be available free under by name. Enjoy.
Grades:
6th - 12th
This PowerPoint teaches students about sculpture, harmony, and painting skills. it includes slides about artists and color mixing as well as review slides. You can edit this to fit your own students' needs.
Power Point Presentation for Louise Nevelson Inspired Cardboard Sculptures.Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
Self-assessment rubric for Louise Nevelson inspired cardboard sculptures.Check out my page for lesson plan info & more resources: www.imperfectlypatricia.com
Grades:
5th - 8th
Cardboard is everywhere. It comes in all shapes and sizes, including groceries and boxes for shipping from super-thin pieces to the heavy duty stuff. BUT cardboard is more than just recycled paper-- It can be turned into anything your students can dream of and that is just what they are going to do.
I am fortunate to be at an official STEM certified school with a focus on STEAM! Our kids have enjoyed many STEAM projects in the art classroom, but I think that this might be the favorite! I do this project with 2nd grade, but it could be modified for older grades as well as younger grades. One of
This Power-Point presentation contains 126 slides to help guide you and your students through the entire process of building your own in-class mini-golf course. The project teaches cooperative learning, is differentiated based on abilities and involves drawing, sculpture and painting. The end resu
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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