This worksheet template can be used as the base for a variety of projects that incorporate color theory, repetition, shapes, line, and variety.
The Work of Artist Jim Dine can be introduced in this lesson. This sheet takes the prep work out of the Valentines themed lessons, it is useful for lower elementary but could also be used all the way up through high school. Last year I laboriously drew or die cut hearts for my lower EL students and after students lost pieces I decided to make this worksheet so they could focus on the color theory concepts more than the actual assembly.
This project could be used as an all school project where each class focuses on a different aspect of color theory: for example, Tints, Contrasting colors, Analogous colors etc.
In the sample I used a white crayon to draw shapes and patterns and used variety, then I used warm colors in the heart and cool colors in the background, the media is markers. To create a (asian) batik look in the sample you can dunk the whole project into a bowl of water and let dry.