This lesson was designed to be taught by anyone without an art education background. Perfect for classroom teachers and art room substitutes!
•has an introduction to the lesson basics and theme
•shows several student examples and graphics to inspire the students and teacher
•includes all the necessary worksheets and brainstorming pages
•can be taught with minimal supplies (paper, pencils, markers, scissors, glue! That's it!)
Spring has Sprung emphasizes the elements of art line, and shape. Spring has Sprung teaches basic shape drawing and the parts of composition.
This lesson is just one of 12 complete art lessons included in “The Art Teacher’s Substitute Notebook: K-2 Lessons.” The complete notebook includes lessons based on the themes of identity, and architecture. The elements of line, shape, and color. The principles of balance, emphasis, and pattern, basic shape drawing, the parts of composition, AND MORE!
Don’t be afraid to teach a meaningful art lesson! No more step-by-step cookie cutter projects in your classroom. Finished projects shouldn’t all look the same. Provide instead a meaningful art lesson that stimulates creativity and develops 21st century skills. This lesson has been proven to be simple to teach and educational. No one should be afraid to teach art anymore!
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