Graffiti Workbook, Colored Pencil Blending & Names, Middle School Art Lesson

Graffiti Workbook, Colored Pencil Blending & Names, Middle School Art Lesson

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Easily teach your middle school or high school visual art students about blending with colored pencils with this graffiti art student workbook. It includes an introduction to blending with colored pencils, three blending practice worksheets with graffiti reference, and one graffiti line art Worksheet to fill with their own blends. Finally, there is a graffiti names project sheet with Graffiti Alphabet Reference and packet Rubric.

Includes:

  • Table of Contents
  • Materials and Standards
  • Teacher Instruction Sheet
  • Rubric

Worksheets:

  • (3) Blending Practice Worksheets with Line Art & Reference
  • (3) Large Reference Photos (one for each of the above)
  • Graffiti Line Art to fill with student's choice of blends
  • Graffiti Names Project Sheet with Brick Texture
  • Graffiti Alphabet Example as Line Art
  • Graffiti Alphabet Example filled with black
  • Example Graffiti Name

This 19- page drawing workbook is made for art teachers, homeschoolers, the TAB art room, and anyone who wants to be successful teaching colored pencil blending to middle school and high school students. This workbook is a perfect introduction to colored pencils and will work perfectly in conjunction with other art lessons or as a stand-alone curriculum.

How to Organize:

This visual art student workbook is a digital download and is one PDF document that can be printed in grayscale, hole-punched, then compiled into a three-ring binder.

No color copies necessary!!

Ways to use in the visual art classroom:

A supplement to other materials and lessons

Early finisher work or Art History TAB stations.

A quick sub lesson

Ways to use in the homeschool classroom:

As an introduction to colored pencils and blending with colored pencils

Best suited for grades 6-10, but can be taught to younger and older students as well.

Visual Art Portfolio

The binder is a great place to keep student work and when complete shows the students growth over time. At the end of the workbook conducting a portfolio review can be a meaningful and valuable experience for the student and it is also a great way to show other kids and family members.

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Visual Art: Creating:

Demonstrate willingness to experiment, innovate, and take risks to pursue ideas, forms, and meanings that emerge in the process of art-making or designing.

Demonstrate persistence in developing skills with various materials, methods, and approaches in creating works of art or design.

Choose from a range of materials and methods of traditional and contemporary artistic practices to plan works of art.

Visual Art: Connecting:

Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.

Distinguish different ways art is used to represent, establish, reinforce, and reflect group identity.

Document the process of developing ideas from early stages to fully elaborated ideas.

Describe how knowledge of culture, traditions, and history may influence personal responses to art.

The work contained in this workbook was created by Sabrina Wingren exclusively for A Space to Create Art, LLC. Any reference material included is used with a commercial license and express permission from its creator.

©2022 A Space to Create Art, LLC. Sabrina Wingren. All rights reserved. Not intended for resale, for use with online teaching platforms such as outschool, or sharing online without permission.