Positive Office Referral
Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition. I love this idea!
Colour Theory Bundle | Learning Sheets
An amazing and fun first approach to Colour Theory. Helps students learn their Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary colours as well as important key terms & vo...
Lesson Plans - The Art of Education University
Grade Level: 3-5 Art Education Lesson Plan Art Elements: Line, Contour Line Art Skills: Observational Drawing Art History: Aboriginal Art, Australia * Get more free lessons like this, on our Lessons Page This lesson plan helps 3rd grade students learn about contour line. They will be using a visual library, which I posted about …
Apple Art Project | Deep Space Sparkle
A great art lesson for Kinders for learning tracing, cutting, pasting, primary & secondary colors, adding value and composition. Create bright red apple art
Artwork published by Chloe4230
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Artwork published by Sophia2278
Check out Sophia2278's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. Don't forget to join the fan club and leave a comment on the website.
Adventures of an Art Teacher
This is a loooong post. I understand if you just look at the pictures. :) I started this blog as kind of a digital, visual journal of my teaching experiences so that I could reflect on how everything is going. When I don't have to be formal, I write how I think. My 6 month old son (who is teething) is in bed so I'm doing a little blogging before I head that way. Side note, I start my first Masters course tomorrow (Creative Photography)! Anyway, enjoy the beautiful artwork by my students. I…
Fox in the Snow
This workshop was inspired by a fox collage by Paige Balcer. You can see it here: http://lookaway.typepad.com/look_away/2009/02/woodland-creatures.html We began by blowing white paint through straws to create snowy trees. I then provided students with pre-cut fox heads, bodies and tails which they covered in torn tissue. I touched some of them up with a little orange paint (just to help them along a little bit) before they added eyes and noses. I think the results are really sweet!
Turning an Oops into Art | a 10-minute project
It can be easy and fun to take an oops - a mistake - and make new art with it using simple supplies and just a handful of minutes.