Art Distance Learning Pack for Virtual Teaching, Coronavirus, Snow Days, & More
What educators are saying
With uncertainty of school closures due to coronavirus, snow days, and more, be prepared with distance learning art project that can last for a few weeks of a school closure. Distance learning will only become a more viable options as technology continues to grow. Art is no different than other subjects. Although it isn't ideal to not be taught in person, e-learning options are feasible.
This is an amazing project I do with my Introduction to Art Students every year. They have to make 10 tiny works of art, on a 2.5"x3.5" size card. At the end of the project they have the opportunity to trade their mini works of art with their classmates. In a remote learning situation, students can mail their mini works of art to teach other in order to participate in a trading session.
This lesson plan pack includes:
➢A thorough lesson plan (big idea, goals, essential questions, objectives, supply list, resource links, step by step implementation instructions)
➢PowerPoint with historical information and examples
➢Student pack that includes
✳Assignment sheet (including supplies, expectations, vocabulary, and more)
✳Artist trading card research sheet
This project lasts for approximately 7 class periods, depending on duration and frequency of your class times. For an at home project this could count as a two week or more assignment. Students are introduced to mixed media art, how to define the value of art, and not being afraid to experiment with art.
This is the perfect project for varying levels of artists from late elementary school to high school.
Check out more of my project packs that also include e-learning assignment sheets:
➢Elements of art worksheet pack
➢Principles of design worksheet pack
➢Check out this project without the e-learning component here.
➢This lesson is included in my Introduction to Art Yearlong Pack. The bundle is available at a discounted price and you won't have to plan a single day of your school year in your Intro class.
➢Purchase my collage tips handout here.
➢Do you enjoy doing mixed media projects with your students? Check out my visual journal lesson here. It's my students' favorite lesson every year.
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