Use this printable art handout to keep your early finisher students entertained while also teaching them about repetition, pattern, color, and the artist, Andy Warhol.
This printable can be used in elementary or middle school classrooms. On the front is a project example plus an image of the artist exemplar and the work of art that is the focus of the assignment, Andy Warhol's "Marylin Monroe." On the back is step by step instructions on creating a repeating face design.
Including written instructions as well as visuals will help appeal to a range of learning styles.
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This product was created in collaboration with my amazing, wonderful mother, Anne Ward. She is a retired elementary art teacher of over 30 years. She has a wealth of knowledge in the art education field and still teaches private lessons, summer sessions, and acts as a resource for her former school county. My mom is the reason I became an art educator and now I am so excited to team up with her so she can help inspire other art teachers!