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Included in this lesson: - Lesson Plan - Daily Instructions - Rubric - Quiz - Practice Worksheet - Self explorations (Symbolism) Worksheet - Link to Prezi Presentation about Mandalas - Link to Mandala youtube video - Examples Objectives Students will………. • Learn about the culture and history of the
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This unit was created to encompass several standards from art, language arts, and math in an effort to show students how art connects to other subject areas. Marzano's DQs have been incorporated into the 9 week unit. This unit not only teaches students about art, but art history as well. After lear
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Students will explore symmetry, geometric shapes, angles, and pattern in this fun lesson using a Kaleidoscope to explore these concepts in Geometry. This is a fun and colorful lesson that the kids will love. I had many choose this lesson to include in their End of the Year Art Showcase.
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This set of five shape worksheets has been classroom tested K-5. There are a variety of ways to use these within your curriculum such as pre-assessment, guided instruction, activities for early finishers, data collection and more. The following skill sets and or topics are addressed: Shape identifi
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This unit was created to encompass several standards from both art and math in an effort to show students how art connects to the world. Marzano's DQs have been incorporated into the 9 week unit. This unit not only teaches students about art, but art history as well. These lessons can be interchang
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This is a companion piece to my Kaleidoscope Lesson Plan. This is something you can use to guide your student through the steps of creating their own kaleidoscope. I have large classes and it is difficult for me to demonstrate where everyone can see. So, I put it into a power point presentation a
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This simple lesson in designed to encourage students to look at shapes as the primary focus in humans. Students will take the basic shapes (pre-cut for lower grades) and arrange them in a recognizable human form. Upper grades may use the same technique but will be asked to cut the shapes with colo
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Elementary Art Reinforces Geometry Concepts! In this 2-day lesson, students learn to appreciate the application of geometric shapes and lines through abstract art. This art project makes math come alive for students in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. Wassily Kandinsky used lines as well as graphic s
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Elementary Art is Great for Learning Geometry! This easy art project really reinforces the concept of mirror symmetry for 4th grade students, or for older students who need a review. After an overview of the concept of mirror symmetry using the provided sample (for projecting), students pair up to d
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Fun easy way to introduce tessellations to elementary art students. This Power Point presentaion walks you through step by step on how to create your very own tessellation masterpiece on your own or with your students!
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This is a great activity for kindergarten and elementary art teachers to do with students to help them learn their shapes! Students can color each shape with a designated color or their own colors. I have my students draw a face in the triangle and add buttons, shoes, etc... if they are finished ea
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Eye Dropper Drip Painting This science + art project for any gravity, force & motion, geometry, color theory, line, and process-art activity! Hands-on, beautiful science/art projects is an easy way to get children excited about Science. Digital Download Includes Three PDFs:PDF #1: Lesson Plan
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Bubble Wrap Starfish Perfect for printmaking units, "Under the Sea" studies, used as a project for geometry activities, or for a pop of color on any wall, your learners are sure to love these gorgeous starfish! Digital Download Includes Three PDFs:PDF #1: Lesson Plan • Supplies Needed • Detaile
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It is pretty standard for elementary art instructors to teach students about Wassily Kandinsky’s Color Study – Squares with Concentric Circles from 1913. The easiest way to teach about this famous watercolor, gouache and crayon artwork would be to just show students the painting and have them make t
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Oil & Watercolor Trays Two commonly found classroom materials unite for anything less than "common." Digital Download Includes Three PDFs:PDF #1: Lesson Plan • Supplies Needed • Detailed Directions • Learning Objectives (Skills Learned) • Vocabulary PDF #2: Letter to Families (PERFECT to
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Students will TRACE the shape, DRAW the shape, and BUILD the shape using any tools or manipulatives of your choice! Let's take a break from boring flashcards and let the kids interact with the shapes and have a little creativity in the process! :) I am an Elementary Art teacher. I made these handou
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This worksheet is helpful for lower elementary art classes, math classes, or for simply following instructions. The teacher should model and explain what each line means and looks like. The student must demonstrate the ability to draw the following lines: horizontal, verticle, diagonal, zig-zag, cur
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Math-integrated art activity ideas. Students use and interpret geometry vocabulary, apply their knowledge of geometric and other math terms, use measuring skills, consider symmetry and three-dimensions, and work on estimating skills, all in the context of creating art. These are not comprehensive,
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Art meets informational text with these art lessons inspired by artists Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky, and Henri Matisse. Activate students' imaginations as they observe and discuss art; work with the art elements line, shape, color, and space; read short artist biographies; and write about each a
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Integrate Art and Geometry with this failure-proof collage lesson that introduces students to average and standard proportions of the human body. Students work with geometric shapes to create a one-color collage that represents a human figure in motion after observing and discussing art work by Amer
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Art meets informational text with this math-integrated art activity, in which students use geometric and organic shapes in warm and cool colors to create a composition that shows rhythm and movement. The lesson is introduced with a “looking at art” session that asks students to observe art work by
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This math-integrated art lesson focuses on shape, color theory, and the use of negative space. It requires students to consider what geometric shapes might be used to represent facial features. Geometric shapes are used to create an abstract face collage using predominately two colors. The lesson
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These math-integrated art lessons focus on bilateral symmetry and radial symmetry and the elements of art: line, shape, color, pattern, texture, and space. Positive Negative Notan Design is a challenging activity that uses radial symmetry and mirror imaging. Symmetrical Cityscapes is a foolpro
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This math-connected Kandinsky-inspired art lesson is easy, fun, and foolproof. Students’ creativity is activated as they use circles and dots to create a non-representational, abstract composition that shows unity and balance. This is a mixed-media lesson which uses common art materials and requires
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