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Recycled Greeting Cards

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: OneToughCookie
ON: Sep 26, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
Students will create new greeting cards from recycled old greeting cards. This is a individual & group project.

Plaster cast hands

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: artspaz
ON: Sep 22, 2016
KEEPS: 2
LIKES: 0
Students use plaster gauze to cover their hand to create a cast of the hand.

Free Online Image Editor

SIGNAGE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: lightARTed
ON: Sep 15, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 0
I recently discovered this free resource that enables you to edit images and animated gifs. This site has a huge selection of fonts and offers a wide range of editing capabilities. Here are a few samples that I have made, I use these in my rules and procedures PowerPoint at the beginning of the year. The animations liven up having to go over class rules. You can save it to your computer as well as add it to pinterest. http://www.online-image-editor.com/

Monet & Impressionism- Drawing from Memory v. Drawing from Life

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: KatieMorris
ON: Sep 12, 2016
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 3
Students will learn about Impressionism, especially Monet, and how and why he painted from life. After the art history lesson, students will be instructed to draw the same subject from memory and from direct observation plein air to compare the experience.

All About the Teacher

BULLETIN BOARD MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: rbteachart
ON: Sep 11, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 0
I get kids saying to me all the time "Mrs. B, you should be an artist!" They really only think of me as their teacher. What they don't know is before I became a teacher (through Alt. Route) I went to an all Art College and worked in the graphic design field for many years. So to welcome them this year, I covered the back bulletin boards in the classroom with artwork that I made. It spans from when I was 8 years old all the way until I was working at different companies. They can see where I was at their age and how I grew through out the years. I put up little blurbs about some of the projects. They one up to be dismissed right in front of these boards so it's something they can look at while they wait. It's also been a great way for other teachers to see my background. It will be up for Back to School Night so parents can also see it.

Warm and Cool Color Quiz

TEST/QUIZ ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: Karimarie
ON: Sep 08, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
Quiz to check for understanding of warm and cool colors. Appropriate for grades 3-5

Middle School Course Descriptions

YEAR-LONG PLAN INSTRUCTOR ONLY

BY: Karimarie
ON: Sep 08, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 1
These are course descriptions showing how the visual arts spiral upwards at the middle school level.

6th Grade Art Syllabus

SYLLABUS MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Karimarie
ON: Sep 08, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 0
6th Grade Art Syllabus for Visual Arts

5th Grade Syllabus

SYLLABUS MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Karimarie
ON: Sep 08, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
5th grade Syllabus for one quarter of the year visual art.

Yarn Drawing

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: MCoheaHSArt
ON: Aug 31, 2016
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 0
Teaches composition, contour line, shading and texture to beginning art students by drawing from direct observation. Students drop a length of yarn onto a table and using a viewfinder find a pleasing composition to draw. Focus on the lines the yarn makes on the table and use the edges of the cardboard viewfinder to accurately plot the contour lines. Shading and texture add to this art work.

Warm & Cool Colors Portraits

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: OneToughCookie
ON: Aug 29, 2016
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 0
Students will use warm and cool colors to create portraits.

Grade Slip

RUBRIC MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: jsprick
ON: Aug 29, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 0
I attach these to student work to hand back after grading. I also like to show a blank one to them before they get started so that students know what is expected.

A Semester of Bell Ringers/Do Nows

CLASSROOM HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: imagiNATION
ON: Aug 25, 2016
KEEPS: 7
LIKES: 2
Powerpoint slides of Bell Ringers/Do Nows for middle and/or high school (I used them for 6-12) broken down into categories.

Fill Your Plate

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Whimber
ON: Aug 22, 2016
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 3
Students will create a paper sculpture of their favorite meal.

Introduction to Art Syllabus--H.S.

SYLLABUS HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: swieringa
ON: Aug 22, 2016
KEEPS: 0
LIKES: 0
Sample syllabus for an Introduction to Art class in high school.

Chopped: Art

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: KatieMorris
ON: Aug 20, 2016
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
Students participate in a team challenge to make art using "mystery ingredients" inspired by Food Network's Chopped.

SOMETHING GOOD

NOTES HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: AwesomeClawson
ON: Aug 18, 2016
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 1
Students' parents seem to always get notified when their child is doing something bad. They need to be told when their children are doing great things. I've created a postcard to be mass produced so teachers from across the campus can send quick notes home to the parents. I teach high school and I believe this age student is very unrecognized. We should keep telling them they are doing great. Encouragement is key!

2 Part Collage and Enlargement

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: jsprick
ON: Aug 17, 2016
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 2
Students will use magazines to find images from a list of criteria to create a collage. In part two, students will use grid method of drawing to enlarge an interesting section of their collage.

Symbols of My Life

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: ambroderick
ON: Aug 15, 2016
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 1
In this lesson students will be given the opportunity to explore the world of symbols by creating a symbol that is meaningful to them.

Symmetrical Butterflies

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: rbteachart
ON: Aug 13, 2016
KEEPS: 2
LIKES: 0
This is a lesson I do with my kinders in the spring just after we make a caterpillar. It works on drawing and listening skills and painting. This can easily be for any elementary grade level. I like to tell the Kinders that they are going to learn a very big 1st grade word, "symmetrical".

Resist Painting

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Gailori
ON: Aug 10, 2016
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 2
Students will use rubber cement, acrylic paint or tempera paint on canvas to create a painting that resembles a batik. They will learn about the process of batik.

Starry Night Pumpkins

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: StephieArtTeacher
ON: Aug 10, 2016
KEEPS: 6
LIKES: 3
Students will learn about Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night painting, and then do a step-by-step drawing of their own Starry Night Pumpkins for fall harvest.

Monster Under my bed

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: StephieArtTeacher
ON: Aug 10, 2016
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
This lesson utilizes blending techniques and creative thinking in a fun, imaginative project that let's kids use their art techniques and create their own, individual monster that may live under their bed. He's friendly of course!

Margaret Keane: Big Eye Art!!

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: StephieArtTeacher
ON: Jul 26, 2016
KEEPS: 9
LIKES: 0
Students will learn about the artist Margaret Keane and the inspiration and scandal behind her artwork. I like to start this lesson by showing the film "Big Eyes" which gives an excellent portrayal of her story. We then view and analyze examples of her artwork and the students create their own version of a painting with "big eyes."

Guide for Accountable Talk

WORKSHEET HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: artmeiro
ON: Jul 26, 2016
KEEPS: 8
LIKES: 2
This is a worsheet for students to reference while engaging in group disscussions, critiques, and conversations around masterworks.

Southwestern Native American Coil Pots

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: artmeiro
ON: Jul 26, 2016
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 2
Lesson Overview: This will be the first lesson in a unit that focuses on the pottery of the Native Americans of the Southwest (specifically the Pueblo and Navajo). Students will be introduced to the function, aesthetics and symbolism associated with their pottery as well as the traditions that surround the practice of making the pottery. Using the same coil method as the Native Americans, students will design and build their own coil pot using air-dry clay. During this lesson, students will examine and analyze an example of Pueblo pottery.

Cloudy with a Chance...

LESSON PLAN ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: rbteachart
ON: Jul 26, 2016
KEEPS: 6
LIKES: 0
Second grade art lesson that combines drawing, oil pastel, collage, perspective and a literacy connection.

Information Gathering and Rubric

HANDOUT ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: KerriR
ON: Jul 25, 2016
KEEPS: 5
LIKES: 0
This worksheet allows students to fill in learning targets, and attach to work, with a simple rubric applicable to any art project

Me Tree

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: Gailori
ON: Jul 14, 2016
KEEPS: 2
LIKES: 0
Students will paint trees that reflect things about themselves.

Portrait, Still Life, Landscape

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: KatieMorris
ON: Jul 09, 2016
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 1
Students learn about traditional painting genres and create either a portrait, still life, or landscape.

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