Zendoodle Dragon Eyes - Middle School Art Lesson - Colored Pencil Art LessonRegular price $8.00 Save $-8.00
This Zendoodle Dragon Eyes lesson is a perfect way to launch a middle school art class! This engaging lesson introduces younger students to some basic elements and principles of art, including variety, contrast, analogous and complementary color schemes, and compositional rules. It includes everything you need to teach; full lesson, presentation, worksheets, and more. Minimal resources required, paper, colored pencils, and ink pens!
5 Page Lesson Plan with National Standards for grades 6-12; Big idea, Essential questions, Objectives, Instructional Materials, Supplies, and detailed process.
37 Page Presentation with Vocabulary & Assessment Guidelines
Google Slides Presentation Link included in Lesson Plan and Powerpoint
- Drawing & Coloring a Dragon Eye
- Adding Zentangles to Dragon Eye
- Compositional Rules Video
- Analogous Colors Video
- Complementary Colors Video
Project Guidelines Student Checklist
Doodle Landscape Worksheets
- Zendoodle practice Sheet with string
- (6) How-to Zendoodle Sheets
- Thumbnail sheets for Zendoodle and landscape practice
Introduction to Colored Pencil Worksheets
- Google Slides link also included
- Drawing Paper
- Black Pens
- Colored Pencils
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National Visual Arts Standards:
VA:Cr1.1.HSI Use multiple approaches to begin creative endeavors.
VA:Cr1.2.IIa Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art and design.
VA:Cr1.2.6: Formulate an artistic investigation of personally relevant content for creating art.
VA:Cr2.1.6: Demonstrate openness in trying new ideas, materials, methods, and approaches in making works of art and design.
VA:Cr2.1.7: Demonstrate persistence in developing skills with various materials, methods, and approaches in creating works of art or design. top 10 visual art lessons
VA:Cr2.1.8: Demonstrate willingness to experiment, innovate, and take risks to pursue ideas, forms, and meanings that emerge in the process of art-making or designing.
VA:Cn10.1.HSI: Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.
VA:Re9.1.HSIII: Construct evaluations of a work of art or collection of works based on differing sets of criteria.
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