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My students love playing roll a dice games! It's how I get them excited to learn art history. This art project to create a Pop Art Chris Uphues hearts with faces is no exception. Going to be absent? Fill up your art sub plan folder with no-prep, fuss-free Valentines Day art projects that are easy to
This hand drawn pack includes five pages that can help students learn about the Street and Pop Artist Chris Uphues. Inside the pack is a very brief introduction of information, a step by step guide of how to draw a heart in the artist’s style, a full sheet of Chris Uphues style eyes, a full sheet o
Are you looking for a drawing activity that introduces students to two contemporary artists that communicate colorful and playful themes within their artworks? This Chris Uphues Meets Jen Stark Drawing Activity Kit is fun and perfect for elementary aged students through teens. Virtual instruction is
Here is my youtube demo video to go with the handout.Drawing the Pumpkins: https://youtu.be/gBmm14PYFPcPainting the Pumpkins: https://youtu.be/qUVhe_pxILQThis is a handout of how to draw 3D eyes, nose, and mouth for our Chris Uphues inspired stacked pumpkin project. This download is 3 pages one for
This video is all you'll need to have your students up and running to complete a tertiary project in the style of Chris Uphues!
Hello! With this project you can talk about the great artist Chris Uphues painter, street artist and designer, you can adapt the project for kindergarten and elementary.Marlene
PreK - 3rd
This resource contains 2 coloring pages- one for warm colors and one for cool colors. These will reinforce the concept of warm and cool colors and I use them for early finishers in the art room (never in place of a creative art project, but as an extension and choice.) Credit: Images drawn by me
K - 4th
Slides presentation (43 slides) can be used as in-person or virtual learning art projects. There are five primary level (K-2) art projects included in the slides!Students explore:-Romero Britto -Chris Uphughes-Heather Galler-Laurel Burch-Mexican Alebrijes-Pattern-Line -Shape-ColorStandards: Project
Happy Bitmoji Teaching!!This Valentines Day & Heart themed set is geared for:Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th gradesBitmoji ready classroom for online visual Art class:~You can change to your own bitmoji person.~Every object has a link to a lesson, art history video or activity.Yo
Want to get your students excited about learning modern art? Try implementing one of these pop art games into your next art lesson! Upper elementary and middle school artists will have fun re-creating one of these nine pop art artists while playing an engaging roll and draw game. Substitute teachers
This resource presents elementary art students with the essential question of How do artists use hearts? They answer that question by learning about the work of four well-known artists who use hearts in their art: Jim Dine, Chris Uhues, James Goldcrown and Romero Britto. Each inpirational artist is

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