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Elementary [1st-5th] Handout

Keith Haring Hearts & Dogs

Created on January 31, 2017 by Hope200



Children love to draw hearts but they're hard! So are dogs! So here are three of Keith Haring's drawings of hearts and dogs, with varying degree of difficulty. They can copy, trace, or better yet design their own in the empty boxes! Show examples of Keith Haring's Pop Art hearts on posters or video/smartboard.


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THE PLAN
1 session; 30 minutes per session

1. SWBAT describes shape of heart
2. SWBAT design/color/trace hearts in blank boxes
3. SWBAT complete the Haring Dog worksheet on their own after they finish the hearts. Students can also free draw on the back of the worksheets.

Copies of 2 Printouts/Worksheets per student
Drawing Materials
Pencils,
Colored Pencils,
Markers,
Crayons

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You could read a story about Valentines or show Keith Haring's artwork. Or simply discuss the art elements of line and shape.
You could discuss Pop Art and show examples on video or smartboard.
Instruct students when finished designing their hearts, they can work on the Haring Dogs worksheet.

Students will self-assess and take work home since they are both on printed worksheets.

This is an open ended activity

THE FEATURES
Keith Haring

Line, Shape

Colored Pencil, Crayon, Drawing, Marker, Pencil

History/Social Studies