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7 pages for 5 DAYS OF ART (Monday through Friday). Students will learn about Pablo Picasso and Cubism. They will get to play different roles as they go through the days.
Day 1 and 2- Researchers
Day 3- Writer
Day 4- Art Critic
Day 5- Artist
→ Lesson Plans that give step-by-step instructions and includes links for videos.
→ 1 Informative Passage about the artist (Day 1)
→ 1 Graphic Organizer/Bubble Map to describe the artist (Day 1)
→ 1 Informative Passage about the style of art the artist specializes in that includes a small opinion writing question. (Day 2)
→ 1 Writing Prompt-2 Pages to write on (Day 3)
→ 1 Art Critique of one of the artist's most popular artwork (Day 4)
→ 1 activity page, where students can color a replica of the artist's work (Day 5)
→ Samples for each page.
♥ Who is this for?
→ Grades 3-12
→ Wide range of grades because all children of various ages can benefit from this lesson. Teachers can read the passages and discuss unknown words.
→ The writing prompt allows for flexibility in writing expectations, which can be set by teacher prior to assigning the writing prompt.
♥ How to use it?
→ EASY! Print, copy, and pass out (suggestion: choose “fit” as a printing option).
→ Students will need coloring pencils, markers, or crayons.
→ Lesson Plans give step-by-step instruction.
♥ Why download?
→ A full week of art!
→ Can be used during Language Arts time because it includes reading and writing.
→ Lesson Plan is included. Easy to follow and very effective!
→ Great for displaying student work because it adds color to your walls.
→ The act of coloring can help improve motor skills in children.
→ Stimulates creatively.
→ Very flexible!
→ No prep or extra materials needed. Just print, copy, and go!
→ Easy and effective way to bring art into the classroom.
♥ Before downloading, please know:
→ Not editable
→ Digital Copy Only (you will need to print and make copies)
→ Only in PDF form, not Google
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