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- Teach your students in kindergarten through 5th grade about printmaking through six different printmaking techniques. This printmaking bundle builds on techniques as students move through grades. This pack covers a range of techniques, artist exemplars, and subject matters. Check out what is include$25.00$36.00Save $11.00
Teach your elementary art students the basics of design and printmaking in this logo design, t-shirt silk screen printmaking lesson.
This 5 day visual art lesson is designed for 5th grade visual art students, but adaptations are included in this bundle to screen print with adapted art classes and students from preschool to early high school. In addition, tips on doing silk screen printmaking for big projects, such as field day shirts, and with small groups, such as art club, are included.
This project not only introduces students to a real life, in demand art career, graphic design, but it also gives them a wearable work of art, giving them new perspectives on what art is.
All in all this lesson includes:
➣Lesson plan (including essential questions, objectives, vocabulary, national standards, step by step instructions, and so much more)
➣Teacher tips handout
➣Teacher presentation notes handout
➣5 PowerPoint presentations (also in PDF format) to show at the beginning of each class as an introduction, review, and to display step by step instructions.
➣Information on artist exemplars, Milton Glaser and Andy Warhol
➣Preschool and up adaption notes
➣1st grade and up adaption notes, plus how to create a snowflake handout
➣Field day, art club, and upper levels adaption notes
Teach your students about design and fine art with this silk screen printmaking elementary visual art lesson pack.
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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!