Compressed Zip File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
Enough art lessons for the entire school year... and more!
•• 75 complete art lessons with art reflection worksheets! ••
This mega bundle is a collection of art lessons from my store.
These are art lessons I created and taught in a public school art program for elementary students. The lessons are suitable for students from Kindergarten through 5th grade. Each individual lesson is targeted for a range of specific grade levels but all the lessons are adaptable, with minor tweaking, for any elementary grade.
Each art lesson includes at least one art reflection worksheet. Also included in this bundle is an additional resource, Thinking About Art, a collection of 45 art reflection worksheets from these art lessons, in one convenient resource.
THINGS TO KNOW:
All these lessons are available individually and/or in smaller bundles. If you have already purchased several art lessons or bundles from me, please check the list below and/or the preview carefully to see if this mega bundle will be a good value for you.
A few resource pages are repeated in more than one lesson.
The Thinking About Art resource is not included in the page count or price, since all pages are used in the art lessons; this resource is included for convenience.
The download is a zip file comprised of .pdf files.
Every art lesson includes:
- introduction, with read-aloud and/or art observation activity
- detailed, step-by-step directions for art-making
- suggestions for reflection and analyzing art work
- ideas for extending the lesson
- photos of student work and/or anchor charts for reference
- at least one art reflection worksheet
Some lessons also include:
- student recording sheets for curriculum integration
- informational text about artists and related reading comprehension worksheet
- other related resources for enhancing the lesson
This resource includes the following art lessons, which are also available in the bundles noted.
from Start With Art - Introducing the Elements of Art
Mondrian-Inspired Line Design Art Lesson
Drawing Patterns from Nature - An Observation Drawing Art Lesson
Color Mixing Exploration
Mixed Media Exploration
Abstract One Shape Collage
from Four Quick Art Lessons
What Can You Do With a Dot? (also included in Playing With Shapes)
Design a Sun
from Five Super Easy Art Lessons
Fun With Lines and Dots - Art Lesson Inspired by Paul Klee
What’s That Shape? - A Negative Space Art Lesson
What’s That Squiggle? - An Art Lesson With Imagination
Patterns and Shapes - A Math-Integrated Art Lesson
Cityscape Silhouettes - A Positive-Negative Space Art Lesson
from Exploring Lines and Shapes - Five Math-Integrated Art Lessons
Crazy Colors Face Collage Art Lesson
One Circle Line Collage
Geometric Shape Design
Multicolor Line Collage
One Color Shape Collage
from Playing With Shapes - Four Math-Integrated Art Lessons
Geometric People - an Art Lesson Integrating Art and Geometry
Geometric Shape Collage - a Math Connected Art Lesson
Positive-Negative Shape Designs
What Can You Do With a Dot? (also included in Four Quick Art Lessons)
from Art With Patterns - Four Math-Integrated Art Lessons
Found Object Stamp Patterns
Four Square Patterns - an Art Lesson about Pattern, Repetition, and Unity
Textured Squares Art Lesson
from Art With Symmetry - Three Math-Integrated Art Lessons
Cityscapes With Symmetry - A Math-Integrated Art Lesson
Positive-Negative Notan Design
from Art Lessons With People
Whimsical People Art Lesson - Inspired by Keith Haring
Squiggly People - a Gesture Drawing Art Lesson
Drawing People - an Observation Drawing Art Lesson
from Art Lessons With Faces
Mona Lisa Observation and Self-Portrait Art Lesson
Geometric Face Collage
from Abstract Art For Kids - Art Lessons Inspired by Chagall, Kandinsky, and Matisse
Kandinsky-Inspired Abstract Art - A Geometry Integrated Art Lesson
Chagall Inspired Drawing - An Exploration of Surrealism Art Lesson
Matisse-inspired Geometric/Organic Collage Art Lesson
from Fun With Abstract Faces
Torn Paper Face Collage Art Lesson
Picasso-Inspired Abstract Face
from Three Literature-Based Art Lessons for Kindergarten
Elmer and Friends - An Art Lesson Connecting Art, Literature, and Math
Patriotic Colors Torn Paper Collage Art Lesson
Purple Crayon Adventure
from Three Landscape Art Lessons
Wax Resist Landscape
Torn Paper Collage Landscape
from Three 3D Art Lessons- Introduction to Sculpture Art Lessons
Polygon Sculpture and Drawing
Linear Paper Sculptures
3D Face Collage
from Still Life for Kids
Still Life Observation Drawing
Still Life Contour Drawing
from Art Lessons With Autumn Leaves
Leaf Shape Trace and Paint
Autumn Leaves Observation Drawing
from Three Spooktacular Art Lessons
Harvest Moon Tree Silhouettes
Drawing on Halloween
Decorative Skull Masks
from Art With Snowmen
Torn Paper Snowman Collage
Expressive Snowman Face Torn Paper Collage
from Art Lessons With Hearts
Warm & Cool Textured Hearts
Hearts and Patterns
Pop Art Hearts -Primary Colors
Pop Art Hearts - Warm & Cool Colors
from Green Art for St. Patrick’s Day
Green Paper Strip Sculpture
Shamrocks and Patterns
Sky and Land Directed Drawing Landscapes
Patriotic Colors Cut Paper Collage Art Lesson
Gingerbread Boy Keepsake Ornament
Kindergarten Kandinskys (similar to Kandinsky lesson in Abstract Art for Kids)
Thinking About Art: Draw and Write Art Reflections for Kids - a set of art reflection student worksheets designed to help students think about their art-making process, their art creations, and/or famous art works.
I am a retired elementary classroom teacher, a former art teacher, an artist and a writer. I have a Multiple Subjects credential, a Single Subject credential for Art and English, LDS/ESL certification, a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education with a Mathematics focus, and Montessori certification. I have worked with all elementary grades, and with special groups including ELL, GATE, and At-Risk students. Creating Art With Kids and Share2Learn lessons and resources are designed to foster student creativity, choice, and independence, and to encourage authentic art-making. Consideration is given to developmental appropriateness, differentiation possibilities, and teacher individuality. For this reason, directions are general, expectations are open-ended, and clip art on student pages is kept to a minimum.
Ways to connect with me:
Find out about new products, discounts, and freebies!
Look for the “follow me” link near the store logo at the top of the page. Become a follower to receive email updates about my products.
Get TpT credits!
Provide feedback on purchased products for TpT credits toward future purchases. Look in your “My Purchases” page for the “Provide Feedback” button.