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Art Lesson: Paul Klee Abstract Portrait | Art Project for Kids with Writing Activities
Engaging art lesson with language (writing) activities. These no-prep art projects are perfect for your art sub tub. Super easy to implement for substitute teachers. Plus, the engagement will help with behavior! Perfect to start your art integration activities or to use as mini-lessons in larger units. Use as writing prompts and center printables. Great for homeschooling, language arts teachers, and art teachers alike. This resource is adaptable across multiple grade levels. Differentiation ideas included.
About the Art Process:
This art lesson provides the perfect structured yet open-ended art process for students at a variety of readiness and ability levels. Students will use the game sheet as a prompt to create their own unique work of art with plenty of opportunities to exercise their own independent creative thinking. Any media works well for these lessons, but markers/crayons and kid-friendly paints are recommended.
A 13 page non-editable PDF including game sheet, how-to-draw sheet, templates, detailed instructions, artwork compare and contrast activity, coloring page, finished example, and artist reflection activities.
Value of Hand-Drawn Resource:
You might notice not all of this resource is digitally created. That is for a BIG and IMPORTANT reason. Students can be pretty hard on themselves about their drawing. They expect perfection because usually what they are looking at is a digitally created image. Of course no child can draw like that! I've found that hand-drawn resources help take the pressure off so kids don't feel like they have to be perfect. It is a buffer for them. They see the hand-drawn work and get engaged because they aren't as afraid of making mistakes. These high-quality pages print well, are clearly visible for students, and offer that extra layer of support for building confidence. It's WIN-WIN-WIN!
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