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Draw Me A Song

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: YourFavTeach
ON: Feb 09, 2016
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 2
In this activity, music will be used as the inspiration behind a piece of mixed medium art. Detailed instructions: http://www.instructables.com/id/Draw-a-Song/

Picasso sculptural faces

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: RuthByrne
ON: Jan 31, 2016
KEEPS: 11
LIKES: 2
A unit on Picasso that tries some drawing, painting and a little wire sculpture!

Graffiti Names

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: DoodleMama
ON: Jan 31, 2016
KEEPS: 9
LIKES: 2
Students will be introduced and create their name in graffiti letters.

Learn to draw "Hearts"

TEMPLATE ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: Hope200
ON: Jan 30, 2016
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 0
Learn to draw "Hearts" by simple tracing. There are two pages of hearts, one for early elementary Grades K-3 and Keith Haring hearts for Grades 4-5. Make copies for students. Fold in half lengthwise, or hot dog style. Trace over printed hearts. Open paper then trace on right side. Continue until you have 4 sets of hearts. Students will be tracing 12 hearts when done. The last Keith Haring Heart is a challenge.

Drawing & Writing for Valentine's Day

TEMPLATE EARLY [PK-K]

BY: Hope200
ON: Jan 30, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
There are two templates for drawing and writing words for Valentine's Day. My students never knew how to spell "Happy Valentine's Day" so these templates are for them to trace and spell. The words to trace and write are: cupid, heart, Happy, Valentine's, Day.

Drawing & Journaling Templates

TEMPLATE EARLY [PK-K]

BY: Hope200
ON: Jan 30, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
Two templates for Drawing & Journaling in early grades. There is one vertical template and one horizontal template. Both have a box at the top for drawing, and lines below for writing.

February hearts

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: artspaz
ON: Jan 29, 2016
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 0
Students will learn about Jim dine and see examples of his hearts. They will explore and practice using water based oil pastels, and then create their own hearts.

Famous Artist Sculpture

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: MsAlkire
ON: Jan 28, 2016
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 0
Students research famous artists, then create a 12 inch sculpture to represent them.

Jacob Lawrence-Authentic artist exploration

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: brittkee
ON: Jan 26, 2016
KEEPS: 6
LIKES: 1
Often the art history element in art education is a project inspired by the artist's work. For this unit, I wanted my students to gain a deeper understanding of the theme in the Great Migration by Jacob Lawrence. As we discussed the issues reflected in his panels, students connected the ideas to social issues in today's society. They listed issues like affordable housing, minimum wage, poverty rate higher among Blacks and Latinos, police brutality, refugees and racial disparities in mass incarceration. We researched images in photo journalism that reflected those issues. Next, students distinguished the positive and negative space to simplify the image. This was an abstract technique that would allow them to simplify the shapes. The artistic process was written out along the way to ensure students understood the techniques they were using. The final product was the painting based on the social issue collage. This unit took about 5 weeks. I teach at a transfer high school which entails sporadic attendance. My classes meet daily for 43 minutes. I included one lesson plan from the unit.

Silhouette Symbolism

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: MisterPP
ON: Jan 25, 2016
KEEPS: 11
LIKES: 4
Students create a silhouette contour of their own profile and then fill it with symbolic images that represent themselves.

December Free Draw Challenge

HANDOUT ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: KDeMint
ON: Jan 24, 2016
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 0
This template can be used to create a monthly drawing challenge for your students. This resource was inspired by https://tinyartroom.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/around-the-classroom/ and correspondence on the Art Teachers Facebook page. I give these out on a monthly basis and choose winners.

January Free Draw Challenge

HANDOUT ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: KDeMint
ON: Jan 24, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 0
This template can be used to create a monthly drawing challenge for your students. This resource was inspired by https://tinyartroom.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/around-the-classroom/ and correspondence on the Art Teachers Facebook page. I give these out on a monthly basis and choose winners.

Play is the Highest Form of Research

SIGNAGE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: KatieMorris
ON: Jan 24, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
This is a poster I created with an Albert Einstein quote about the value of play on top of a sample "experiment painting" where students tried out different painting techniques. I displayed the poster next to their artwork to remind viewers that there is value in play and experimentation.

Grid Draw- taking it a square at a time

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: ccmsart
ON: Jan 15, 2016
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 1
Lesson plan page explaining how to grid draw from a reference photo

Elementary (K-1) Self-Assessment/ Reflection

RUBRIC ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: ALU283
ON: Jan 15, 2016
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 1
I use this worksheet as a way for my kindergarten and 1st graders to reflect on their finished project.

Texture Statement

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Dec 28, 2015
KEEPS: 9
LIKES: 3
Students combine image and type to create a visually interesting message.

Self-Portrait Confession

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Dec 28, 2015
KEEPS: 10
LIKES: 6
Using design software, students create a poster that combines image (a selfie) and type (a personal statement).

Typeface Posters

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Dec 28, 2015
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 5
Students use digital software to create a poster designed to "show off" a typeface of their choosing.

Letter sculpture

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: ktdyra
ON: Dec 24, 2015
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
This is an introductory lesson for high school sculpture. They work with cardboard, creating internal support structures, and impregnated plaster gauze. Student work in the round and address every visible side of the letter. This lesson could also be used for middle school and modified for late elementary.

Watercolor Quotes

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: Mario82
ON: Dec 16, 2015
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 1
Student will create speech balloons filled with inspirational quotes colored with watercolor paint.

Observing Hands in 2D and 3D

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: KatieMorris
ON: Dec 13, 2015
KEEPS: 2
LIKES: 1
Students complete drawings of hands with observational exercises and later sculpt hands out of clay with a 1:1 ratio.

Around the Sketchbook in Eighty Days

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: OneToughCookie
ON: Dec 10, 2015
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 1
Inspired by the novel Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne. Students will draw and learn about different cities and cultures around the world over the course of 80 days. A sketchbook will act as a travel journal, where students will keep their drawings and notes.

Peace Signs (A Collection of Hope)

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: DoodleMama
ON: Dec 09, 2015
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
Students will create and design peace signs to decorate their home or school with.

Taotie Bas Relief

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: RuthByrne
ON: Dec 04, 2015
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 2
Adaptable for grades 3-6, this lesson explores the art of ancient China as inspiration for a metal repousse sculpture.

Faculty Disney Portraits!

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: StephieArtTeacher
ON: Nov 30, 2015
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 1
This is an alteration of a previous lesson plan that I made for faculty fine art. This utilizes cartoon drawing techniques, photoshop, acrylic paints, and mixed media to replicate comical re-imaginings of classic Disney characters.

Clay Totems

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: Me1issa08
ON: Nov 30, 2015
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 1
This is a lesson I created for my Art I classes. We are building a series of totems in the school's sculpture garden.

Portfolio Organizer

HANDOUT MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MsAlkire
ON: Nov 30, 2015
KEEPS: 7
LIKES: 2
This is a sketchbook insert that my students use to keep track of an organize their portfolios.

Color Theory

WORKSHEET MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: ktdyra
ON: Nov 24, 2015
KEEPS: 14
LIKES: 4
This is a Color Wheel/Theory worksheet with a corresponding PowerPoint presentation

Clay King Cobras

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: verofla
ON: Nov 19, 2015
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
Making coils with clay to create a dynamic sculpture with a high student success rate!

A Turkey Twist

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: Hope200
ON: Nov 17, 2015
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 0
Art is ... The Turkey Twist (A new twist on an old turkey) 1 Page Children of all ages love making the turkey from tracing their hand. This worksheet, adds a twist. This downloadable sheet is "The DIrections" only. Younger students will need teacher guidance. (You won't have to print this for students, unless you want copies for your older students who can work independently.

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