Students create word art in the style of Roy Lichtenstein, following a chosen color scheme and inputing Ben-Day dots. This handout includes a project description, instructions to plan and sketch, student exemplars, and a thorough rubric that grades
Teach your students to investigate their own personalities, strengths, and unique characteristics through this one-of-a-kind self portrait project. Included in the package are photos of exemplars, a list of adjectives, a project description, and a
A great project for beginning artists grades 7-12 that only requires paper and permanent marker. A thorough rubric is included in the two-page project description, as are exemplar photos. This drawing project took most students about four 75-minute
A great watercolor project for both beginning and experienced painters, the Dali Dreamscape connects art history to a creative, contemporary activity. The handout includes student exemplars, a project description, brief instructions, and a rubric.
By placing and tracing, students can easily and quickly create Kandinsky-inspired abstract art. This handout includes a related Do Now, a project description, a brief rubric divided by standards, activity instructions and photos of student
A fun way to incorporate an artistic movement into your drawing lessons, the Cubist Cartoon Character activity allows students to experience a bit of nostalgia through their creative process. This handout includes exemplars, a project description
A helpful handout to introduce a larger still life drawing; which is a great project to teach observational drawing. This project is cumulative, and is an excellent end-of-quarter/semester activity. The handout includes a description of the project,
Student level tracker for a standards-based grading system. Students track their assessment grades using bar graphs, adjusting their "Best" score with each new assessment. This is a tangible, visual way for students to understand which scores are
Handy reminder of the elements of art, principles of design, color theory, and composition. Print on colored paper, and slice into thirds. Students can pop these into their sketchbooks as placeholders; they're especially helpful during critique!