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The power of a simple design

HANDOUT ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: MsKBrown
ON: Oct 01, 2011
KEEPS: 18
LIKES: 2
I love to use this handout during Halloween to show my students that a powerful design can be effective even when slightly altered.

Monochromatic Cubism Portraits

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 36
LIKES: 13
This project hits on history (cubism), materials (acrylic), and elements (color scheme). Enjoy!

Value Portrait Grid Drawings

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 32
LIKES: 6
Using a grid transfer, students will focus on creating a proportionally correct value-drawing of their selected magazine portrait.

Art Criticism Step Practice

WORKSHEET HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 65
LIKES: 12
The attached PDF explains and gives examples for the steps of art criticism: Description, Analysis, Interpretation and Judgement. This is a great way for students to break down each step in progression. This document also contains space for 3 critiques.

Observational Contour Hands

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 66
LIKES: 12
This project is always a great way to practice basic observational drawing techniques. A great way to start the year and build student confidence!

Block Printing

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 38
LIKES: 8
Easy block printing project using styrofoam. Great results for all skill levels.

ArtStart Sheet (Bell-Ringer)

HANDOUT MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 21
LIKES: 3
This is a simple sheet with a space for each day of the school week. If you give your students bell-work (what I like to call an ArtStart) to start class, this might be a helpful resource!

National Visual Arts Standards (9-12)

STANDARDS HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 22
LIKES: 2
The standards outline what every K-12 student should know and be able to do in the arts. The standards were developed by the Consortium of National Arts Education Associations.

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