American self-taught artist Laurel Burch is perfect for teaching your students about lines, patterns, colors and shapes! This product includes one hand drawn coloring sheet as well as a blank cat template. Both can be used for early finishers as
Bring a little bit of Ancient Egypt into your art room! This worksheet is perfect to use as a starting point, or supplemental part to your lesson. Students can decorate their own sarcophagus and color it in as a sub plan as well. This product
Perfect powerpoint to introduce geodes to your art or science class! This fits in perfectly with 5th grade science (rock cycle). This powerpoint is used for an art lesson, but could also be edited to serve as a science presentation.
Doing a project on crystals? Look no further, this is the perfect handout to help students draw. In the past when I did a watercolor geode project, I had students fill their negative space with crystals. I gave them this exact sheet so they would be
I love teaching my students about folk artist Heather Galler. Her use of bold, black lines and color are sure to excite your classroom! This how to draw sheet can be used in a lesson or can be used as a fun sub plan for different grade levels.
Need the perfect winter sub plan or activity for your art room? Look no further! This bundle includes one holiday sweater template that your students can decorate, as well as one nutcracker coloring sheet.
Teaching students about form can sometimes be tricky, especially when they have to illustrate it. I made this sketch prompt so that students could better visualize how their clay pinch-pot creatures would look. Each student was easily able to draw
This bundle features 8 hand-drawn coloring pages of contemporary and traditional artists. You and your students are sure to love them! They are perfect to use as a fun, supplemental teaching tool after introducing artists in your classroom! I find
A snowman ice cream cone...because what kid doesn't love ice cream and snowmen?! This worksheet is a fun way to teach drawing proportions and showing implied form. Typically I use this helpful handout with my 2nd graders so they can practice their