Describes Line as one of the elements of art. Reviews different kinds of lines. Shows how line is used by artists.
Using foam and black ink to design an image to print onto neon colored postcard paper.
Create a lesson plan about Artworks inspired by the most famous artist about pop art
look at Van Gogh's room painting and discuss. Fold paper in half, cut 2 lines from the folded edge to make the chair that will pop out. Then draw the rest of the room details, trace with markers and color with colored pencils
trace your hand and draw lines straight until the line curves inside the hand to create an optical illusion. add a little shading and an many lines as you can
perspective drawing. I had my kids do a directed drawing of a snowman from different angles. A side view, a bottom view, a close up, and a full view of the snowman. They did a great job! We also added a little shading!
Learn about the artist Picasso and play a game called Roll a picasso with dice and drawing. Cut cardboard and layer the pieces to build up a relief portrait and use white glue to glue together. Paint white and use oil pastel and blending to color.
practice different watercolor painting techniques. Draw a large leaf with veins to create different sections to show the different watercolor painting techniques. then cut out and mount on paper
Create creative funky papier mache sculpture birds by utilizing a water bottle as the armature and adding elements with cardboard cereal boxes and them papier mache
practice drawing pumpkins and patterns. choose the patterns to place inside the spaces of the pumpkin, use sharpies, contract, pattern
Trace a hexagon and use marker and bubble wrap to print the bubble wrap texture. Utilize how to draw sheets for the bee drawings that are cut out and added on
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