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Mondrian Robot Painting

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: Laragave
ON: Mar 18, 2012
KEEPS: 30
LIKES: 9
Modern Art Painting inspired by the artwork of Mondrian

Classroom Labels

SIGNAGE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: baconartstudio
ON: Mar 18, 2012
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 3
This is just a quickly formatted label list for organizing a classroom or art studio. This is set for an Avery 5160 label.

Watercolor Blow Painting

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: ArtEngine
ON: Mar 18, 2012
KEEPS: 19
LIKES: 3
Using only the primary colors with magenta and turquoise included, students explore blow painting and learn about how their breath force and direction have an effect on their creations. A few drops of colors are placed on the page using a small watercolor brush. The brush is then put aside and the straw is the primary tool. After the watercolor has spread, more drops are added and blown.This unconventional way of painting will open up students to new ways of using tools to make art. They usually think it is silly and therefore their care free demeanor helps to create a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

Lesson Plans

WEBSITE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: BocaMuseum
ON: Mar 15, 2012
KEEPS: 13
LIKES: 2
The Museum's lesson plans have been written to assist educators in applying the Visual Arts across the curriculum. Each lesson focuses on an academic skill that correlates with Florida's Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. By offering a wide range of programming, the Museum acts as a resource for educators, students and the community at large. Studio workshops for educators and students, docent led curriculum connected school tours, field trip grants, in school programming and weekend family activities are provided free of charge all year round.

Egyptian Cartouche Soap Carving

UNIT PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Brianne
ON: Mar 09, 2012
KEEPS: 18
LIKES: 1
These resources are everything you need to teach a 2 week unit on Egyptian Cartouches. Shapes (geometric and organic) are discussed. Students also learn about how the art of carving changed over time in Egypt and the purpose of cartouches (functional art) in honoring the graves of mummies. Symbolism of the heiroglyphics is discussed. Final projects involve carving a cartouche into soap.

Surrealism

OTHER MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: MzLippy
ON: Mar 03, 2012
KEEPS: 16
LIKES: 1
Student Handout and Project Rubric for Surrealism

Grid Drawing Rubric - 8th Grade

RUBRIC MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: MzLippy
ON: Mar 02, 2012
KEEPS: 11
LIKES: 0
Rubric for grid drawing aligned to Arkansas Standards

Hallway Perspective Project Checklist

RUBRIC MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: epictraveler
ON: Feb 26, 2012
KEEPS: 11
LIKES: 3
This is what I give my students at the beginning of the project to let them see what is required of them and how to best pace themselves. It also includes reflection questions for the students to complete after the project is finished.

Variety Principle Overview

SMARTBOARD MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: epictraveler
ON: Feb 26, 2012
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 0
This is the SmartBoard slideshow I use to introduce my students to the Variety principle of design

Impressionist Project Checklist

RUBRIC HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: epictraveler
ON: Feb 26, 2012
KEEPS: 13
LIKES: 4
This is what I give my students at the beginning of the project to let them see what is required of them and how to best pace themselves. It also includes reflection questions for the students to complete after the project is finished.

"Draw Now" Warm-Ups

SMARTBOARD MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: epictraveler
ON: Feb 26, 2012
KEEPS: 20
LIKES: 5
These are the SmartBoard Notebook files I use as students come in during the first 7 minutes of class. The objective is to use their creativity to "Think Outside of the Box" and make the shape/doodle/squiggle into a picture that no one else would think of.

Art Bucks

INVESTMENT MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: epictraveler
ON: Feb 26, 2012
KEEPS: 13
LIKES: 2
These are Art Bucks which can be printed on colored paper and cut out to hand out as an investment/reward/positive reinforcement system for your art classroom and redeemed for prizes.

Mouse Paint

LESSON PLAN EARLY [PK-K]

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Jan 24, 2012
KEEPS: 22
LIKES: 4
This is a color mixing lesson I did with my kinders based off of the book "Mouse Paint" by Ellen Stoll Walsh

Milwaukee Art Museum Teacher Resource Site

WEBSITE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Dec 21, 2011
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 3
This website holds resources for using the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Collection and exhibitions into your curriculum—from quick activities you can implement tomorrow, to inspiring lesson plans, to concise background information about exhibitions and works of art. And, of course, there are plenty of high-quality images. The site is also an online learning community for you and your colleagues in the state and across the region. http://teachers.mam.org

Comprehensive Upper Elementary Secondary Creation Rubric

RUBRIC MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: BizHarris
ON: Nov 14, 2011
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 0
These two rubrics were created using the Scholastic Art award rubric and the AP art rubrics and adjusted for age appropriate ability and MS and AR state learning goals/frameworks. Use this to help your students gauge where they stand against your goals and where they need to grow!

Art-To-Go

OTHER ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: PortlandArtMuseum
ON: Nov 09, 2011
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
If you an elementary teacher in the greater Portland, OR area we have an art resource for you. Our docents will bring a tour to you. There is a presentation and optional art making activity. And if you can make it to the museum we have two tours that complement these programs.

Picasso Self Portrait

UNIT PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Brianne
ON: Nov 03, 2011
KEEPS: 14
LIKES: 2
These resources are just about everything you need to teach a 4 week unit on self portraits. Proportion is heavily discussed. Students also learn about Picasso's styles and how he liked to change proportion in his portraits, yet retain unity through his color choices. Final projects involve creating correctly proportioned self portraits and using colored chalk to incorporate a unifying color scheme.

Smarthistory.org

WEBSITE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 25, 2011
KEEPS: 21
LIKES: 3
Smarthistory.org is a free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook. Part of the Khan Academy, we use multimedia to deliver unscripted conversations between art historians about the history of art. http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/

Color Mixing: Color Wheel

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Oct 22, 2011
KEEPS: 42
LIKES: 8
Using the attached pie slice, students create any design and repeat it to create a 12-step color wheel. Then, you teach them how to mix colors!

Creating Forms

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Oct 21, 2011
KEEPS: 36
LIKES: 8
This is a quick project introducing the creation of forms from shapes using one-point perspective (practice sheets attached).

Circular Weaving: Radial Balance

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Oct 21, 2011
KEEPS: 19
LIKES: 9
This is a simple paper plate weaving I did with 4th grade last year. It could easily be done with older students as well. The kids really loved it (you could hear a pin drop when they were working). It took a few more lessons than I would have liked but the results were well worth the wait!

Value Worksheet

WORKSHEET ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Oct 20, 2011
KEEPS: 30
LIKES: 5
A simple worksheet to introduce value. Goes with the Value Skyline lesson.

Value Skyline

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Oct 20, 2011
KEEPS: 46
LIKES: 7
I used this lesson in fourth grade. It is an introduction to value as well as a conceptual project that explores dusk, sunset and skylines.

Behavior Tracking

TRACKING MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Oct 20, 2011
KEEPS: 10
LIKES: 3
This is the system I use for behavior and participation points in my elementary art room. Can easily be used for all grades. Detailed explanation within.

Essential Items for an Elementary School Art Room

SUPPLY LIST ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Oct 19, 2011
KEEPS: 34
LIKES: 5
A beginners list for essential classroom materials in an elementary school setting.

Contour and Implied Line

POWERPOINT ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: mrwinningham
ON: Oct 17, 2011
KEEPS: 21
LIKES: 1
A very simple powerpoint introducing implied and contour line. I followed this lesson with still life drawing from direct observation. Students picked out of objects I collected from around the room (staplers, scissors, fruit, bottle, etc) They had to include contour lines of course and they also had to show me some implied lines.

The Credit Line

POWERPOINT MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: GregintheDelta
ON: Oct 17, 2011
KEEPS: 10
LIKES: 4
I used this powerpoint when teaching about the Credit Line. This lesson was part of a larger unit about Art Criticism.

Intro to Shape - Circle and Triangle Lions

LESSON PLAN EARLY [PK-K]

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Oct 17, 2011
KEEPS: 22
LIKES: 5
This is an introduction to what makes a shape as well as a focus lesson on identifying and creating circles and triangles. As it is so fundamental, it is suitable for pre-k or kinders.

Light: Electomagnetic Waves

POWERPOINT MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: LaurenGillooly
ON: Oct 16, 2011
KEEPS: 12
LIKES: 3
Powerpoint presentation on visible light. Explains where visible light waves fall in the electromagnetic spectrum, and how these waves create the colors that we see.

Turning Mistakes into smART Successes

UNIT PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: ahemrick
ON: Oct 15, 2011
KEEPS: 25
LIKES: 6
Style: Expressionism Medium: Paint/Marker Qualitative skill: turning mistakes into successes Project: expressive string paintings, expressive line drawings

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