MARK MAKING DRAWING WORKSHEETS Middle or High School Art Distance Learning

Grade Levels
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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These cross contour line drawing worksheets are perfect for middle or high school art classes and work great for distance learning, homeschool art, or in art the classroom.   They are formatted to be as versatile as possible so students can access the video tutorials easily from home or in class.  They work well for art classes with mixed levels or students transitioning between home and school.

Students can easily access the video drawing tutorial, reference images, and practice worksheets from any digital device.   It contains everything you need to get started drawing right away and includes:  an instructional handout with a link to a video demonstrating how to use cross contour lines to make shapes appear more like three-dimensional forms, four practice worksheets with a video demonstrating how to do the final exercise, and a rubric.

Students learn about the art element of form and learn how to use lines to draw three-dimensionally.  These art worksheets are great to introduce any line drawing unit, as art sub plans, early finisher assignments, or as an art lesson for students in ISS or on-home instruction.  They are good for beginner artists or as a review for more advanced art classes.

Included with these Mark Making Worksheets:

  • 2 instructional handouts
  • 2 practice worksheets with links and QR codes to student-directed video demonstrations
  • 2 video demonstrations

These drawing worksheets can be printed, or you can share them digitally with your students. Students can scan the QR codes or click the links right on the worksheets to see video tutorials. If students do not have access to a printer, they can complete the exercises on a separate sheet of paper or in their sketchbooks.

Need an Easy to Follow Art Sub Plan?

These worksheets are excellent to practice mark making and work great as sub plans, early finisher assignments, for students on home instruction or in ISS, or to introduce any mark-making drawing or art lesson. These can be completed with a variety of different media and push students to experiment with different mark-making techniques. Thick and thin markers, colored pencils, gel pens, and paint markers are all great choices.

All of my lessons can be shared with your students through Google Classroom or any digital platform and are formatted to work for distance learning or in the classroom. They are designed to save you time and help your students access the tutorials, presentations, videos, or worksheets as easily as possible. You can find more of my art lessons in my TPT SHOP.

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