Jim Dine Art History Game
: Get your students excited about learning art history
by creating a Jim Dine heart. Fill up your art sub plan
folder with no-prep, fuss-free art projects that are easy to implement for substitute teachers. Great for art integration in the regular classroom, homeschooling parents supplementing art instruction, and art teachers wanting to liven up their art lessons with a game.
★★★You Will Receive:★★★
• Page 1: Dice game
• Page 2: Step-by-step picture tutorial and directions
Simply print out the game and picture directions back-to-back, give them dice, and watch them have fun creating their own Jim Dine heart.
You will create a Jim Dine style heart by rolling the die and collecting the different patterns for your design. Draw a large heart to fill most of your paper. Roll #1 and #2 will give you patterns to put inside your heart. Roll #3 and #4 will be for patterns outside of your heart. The last roll is “your choice” so put it anywhere in your design. Use markers and crayons to color the background and then the heart.
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. Sit back and grade papers while I quickly instruct your class on how to create an art project. I'll walk them through all the steps and give them some tips and tricks to make their designing easier. An independent class is a happy class!
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