Introduce Andy Warhol to your students and create a campbell's soup can artwork to go with your lesson.
Large Campbell’s Soup Coloring Sheet to design and cut
out (can turn into a large collaborative display of soup
Sheet of 4 smaller
Use this template to help teach about Paul Klee.
Use the “W” to instruct how to draw “Cat and Bird” or use the one already drawn. The recommended materials are on the lesson plan, but the project is flexible for many art materials.
Examples of a
Whether you are reviewing shapes, color, or just want to have a game day in the art room, this ARTGO game board will make it easier for you.
There are 23 game boards that are each a little different from each other.
Print off one extra game board
This no prep art lesson is great for the younger ages and learning how the primary colors make the secondary colors. We read Dr. Seuss "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish" and counted how many primary colors were on each page (this book only uses
Explore warm and cool colors with this fun project.
Use to deepen knowledge or to introduce new information.
Learning Goal: I can identify warm and cool colors.
The snowman that is surrounded by cool colors stays standing and happy.
Turn your students into Architects for a day!
Use this lesson to introduce Frank Gehry or Architecture to your class.
This lesson is intended for Primary Age students but can be adjusted for older students as well.
Students will design their
Use this lesson plan and project to guide your students through drawing a still-life just like the great Vincent van Gogh did.
The following is included in your purchase:
• Lesson Plan
• A simple way to draw sunflowers guide
• Starter page printable
Use this art lesson to teach your students to cope with mistakes. How can you turn a mistake into a Beautiful Oops!
Follow these simple directions to complete this quick and easy art lesson.
This would also be a great lesson to have on hand for a
Is your art class learning about different types of line and shape? Use this as review or to introduce different types of line. This could also make a great sub lesson.
Relate this lesson to various artists that you may be talking about. Such as
Use these print outs while learning about Wassily Kandinsky.
Students will be able to design a circle painting coloring sheet just like Kandinsky's.
Students will be able to do a word search using Kandinsky related words such as shape, line,
Whether you are introducing Henri Rousseau or just doing a unit on the Jungle, this lesson will be a hit with your students. Using the starter sheet, the students will be able to finish the drawing with instruction and then be able to design the
I can statements:
1. Identify basic shapes.
2. Identify 3 types of line.
3. Identify artworks by Wassily Kandinsky.
1. Coffee Filters
2. Washable Markers
3. Spray Bottle
5. Snail Body Print Out
Use these Fox and Raccoon templates to teach your students about texture.
Students will make these animals come to life by adding pen marks for fur in all
different directions. Explain the reflection of light on both the nose and the
Use this “Fortune Teller” or “Cootie Catcher” game to study or review color or famous artists.
One game is primarily focused on Color with two different versions.
• One has numbers for the first choice.
• One has colored circles with the words
Use this activity to help your students learn the warm and cool colors. Pair this lesson with an autumn book or color wheel song.
I can identify warm and cool colors.
I can sort the basic colors into warm and cool.
I can complete an artwork using
Use this memory game in conjunction with any artist that focuses on shape or to introduce basic shapes to your students.
I have created 7 different colors for each deck to keep them from getting mixed up with other decks when the students are
This lesson can be split up between two days, or condensed into one depending on how quickly your class can get through the directions.
Use this lesson while learning about Georgia O'Keeffe or when learning about drawing different types of flowers.
Use this lesson plan in combination with "The Feelings Book"
Explore different feelings and practice drawing different facial expressions.
How do you know the face you drew is angry?
How do you know the face you drew is silly?
What types of lines