These watercolor landscapes for kids are a great way for students to learn about watercolor techniques in a fun, exciting lesson that is easy for beginning artists to create a successful painting.
Explore color theory, patterns, repetition, rhythm and unity as well as learn about Pop Art and Romero Britto.
This is such a fun and easy lesson for students to learn about warm and cool colors and the process of Batik. The final result is quite amazing considering they are created using only crayons and white copy paper!
Create a radial symmetry design then use color mixing to create a color plan, transfer their design to final canvas/paper and create unity through the use of color and design.
As an art teacher, there is always a balancing act between making quality art materials and making art accessible and easy for classroom teachers to use in their classrooms. We all know how much classroom teachers have on their plates these days, making it easier for them to integrate art into their curricula is important and vital in our schools and for our children.
With these oil pastel animals I wanted the students to learn about the golden ratio in their compositions, how to draw on an enlarged grid and how to blend colors to create value.
We all know how it feels to wake up in the morning and be sick. But as a teacher when you wake up and unexpectedly feel sick it can mean disaster. Not with this Sub Binder in your classroom!
Challenge students to think creatively! In my beginning art class we re-created an animal of our choice using rulers, protractors and compasses.
Talk about a great way to introduce Acrylic paint to students! This lesson teaches students about the creative process, color, line, rhythm and unity.
This illuminated letter lesson is a great way to teach about the principles of emphasis, balance, unity and the element of space in art.