This art lesson includes slides about the artist and two projects for the students to draw. It is great for teaching elementary students about abstract art and the artist, Bruce Gray.
Written for a sub, it may also be taught by classroom teachers, art teachers, and homeschool teachers.
Supplies needed for the art lesson are pencils, paper, markers or crayons, rulers and circles of various sizes.
These lessons may be taught in several ways. You may project it as a regular PowerPoint. You may print it out and have the students sit close as if you were reading them a book. You could print out the slides and project them from a document camera.
You or your sub will only need to read the script and ask the questions given, then allow the students to respond. Visuals and directions are given for each step in creating the artwork.