Teaching Elementary Art

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Printmaking
Canvas and Distance Learning
Event activities
Artist Trading Cards
Maker Space
Mosaic
Standards and Grading
Culture Exploration
Clay
Fiber: Weaving, knotting, needlecraft
Paper: Cut, Fold, Collage, Sculpture
Puzzles, Coloring Sheets and Games
Drawing
Painting
Sub Ideas
Technology
Art History and Artists
Elements/Principles of Art and Design
Fabric: Sew, Dye, Embroider
Art Room Inspiration
Special Needs
Art Room Management
Sculpture
Animation
Color Theory

Printmaking

FLOATING OCTOPUS gyotaku print - traditional Japanese fish art by Dwight Hwang

***For information regarding the art, the artist and higher-end original prints, please visit my site at: https://fishingforgyotaku.com/ Gyotaku reproduction fish print of an Octopus, that was caught off the coast of Washington, faithful to the original Japanese style of creating memorable prints for the avid fisherman; simple and monochromatic. Floating within the gentle sway of the sea. Graceful and intimidatingly handsome, this print is very stunning behind a glass frame on any wall of…

Lino Printmaking -An Easy Introduction to Linocut Art - The Kitchen Table Classroom

New surfaces make the age old art of lino printmaking so much safer and just as fun. Get started with this project perfect for the linocut art beginner!

Printing. Printing. Printing.

We learned that a print is a way of copying an image. Second graders worked on creating spring inspired monoprints. Third graders made Kimmy Cantrell inspired collagraphs while fourth and fifth graders created numbered series based on nature's creepy crawlers. a 5th grader's lovely print and plate

Printmaking

We have just wrapped up our printmaking unit! Students made 3 types of prints in class: a monoprint, a relief print, and a collagraph. Our monoprint was made by using shaving cream and liquid watercolor to create a bright, warm or cool image. Students used this as a background for their relief print, which was printed in black ink. Students designed their relief print using shape and symmetry on a linoleum block.

5th grade Eraser prints

5th grade artists looked at Islamic art. We noticed the patterns, the repeating elements and the lack of representational imagery. We came u...

plastic bag printmaking

I fell in love with printmaking back in college and my favorite printing process is monotyping- drawing or painting on a smooth no...

Canvas and Distance Learning

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Event activities

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Artist Trading Cards

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Maker Space

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Mosaic

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Standards and Grading

First Day Activities - The Art of Education University

Culture Exploration

A History of Masks for Halloween

A history of different masks around the world and the chronological and regional history of each style. A pretty interesting read for anyone with an i

Clay

Beautiful DIY Bowls – Make Today with Paper Clay

Paper clay is a wonderful medium to use for DIY bowls and with the proper techniques, the end results resemble fired clay in appearance. While you can't eat off of these DIY bowls, you can use them as trinket trays or simply display them empty for the beautiful works of art they are. I know I'm going to keep them in mind for handmade gifts, as well! What You Need acrylic paint (I used Payne’s Grey) acrylic varnish, high gloss (or spray varnish) clay roller clear food bag, gallon size…

Fiber: Weaving, knotting, needlecraft

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Paper: Cut, Fold, Collage, Sculpture

Resources - The Art of Education University

Collage for Early Elementary - The Art of Education University

Puzzles, Coloring Sheets and Games

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Drawing

Distance Learning Art Project Still Life

This art project can be completed from home for distance learning and only requires students to have a pencil, paper, ( optional materials include crayon, colored pencils, or paints). Upload the lesson to the google classroom and students can complete the lesson completely independently. Students ca...

Tim Burton Style Self-Portrait Unit

*PRODUCT UPDATE: FREE COLORING PAGE ADDED, DIGITALLY REMASTERED REFERENCE SHEETS, AND BURTON-ESQUE FRAME DESIGNS!!! I have been DYING to do a Tim Burton inspired project with my kids for a couple of years, but I was unsure of what I wanted to do. This year, I decided that it would be fun to have my ...

Resources - The Art of Education University

Painting

3rd grade donuts!

This is new project for third grade this year. They learned a lot about value and how to use watercolor to create the illusion of a th...

Surviving Your First Year of Middle School Art - The Art of Education University

Sub Ideas

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Technology

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Tips for Using Google Slides with Handouts

Art History and Artists

Set Of Ice Cream With Hand Drawn Or Doodle Style

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Bilder zum Nachzeichnen für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene - Archzine.net

Für alle, die mit Farben gerne experimentieren und malen mögen, haben wir mehr als siebzig tolle Bilder zum Nachzeichnen zusammengestellt.

Wayne Thiebaud

Wayne Thiebaud is one of the California greats - famous for his gentle paintings of beautifully arranged baked goods. This is a fun lesson ...

Elements/Principles of Art and Design

4th grade shaded forms

4th Grade Shaded Forms 4th grade has been learning about the elements of art, FORM & VALUE. Form is a three-dimensional geometrical figure (like a sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, etc.), as opposed to a shape, which is two-dimensional, or flat. Value is the lightness or darkness of a color. (this project was inspired by an awesome image i found on Marnie Hyland's blog! Check out their awesome art!) Day 1: I demonstrated how to do the project. (I project all of my lessons on a giant screen, so…

Resources - The Art of Education University

Fabric: Sew, Dye, Embroider

AWESOME Crayon Batik!

UPDATE!!! I got an amazing comment from Phyl...if you are going to do this, you might try these tweaks to my lesson that was left in the comments section by one of the greatest art teachers, Phyl, that ever lived!! I used to do crayon batik every year when I taught 7th and 8th graders. It was one of my favorite things to do. We also did some 'authentic' batiks with clear wax and multiple dye baths. Anyhow, your results are absolutely lovely. I did a few things a little differently when I did…

Art Room Inspiration

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Download these Choose Your Own Adventure Art Activities!

Special Needs

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Art Room Management

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Sculpture

Making an Assemblage & Learning about Louise Nevelson

I have seen variations of this project many times but have never tried it with my students. I am pleased with how our assemblages turned out! This was a great opportunity to clean out the …

Animation

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Color Theory

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5

Tips for Using Google Slides with Handouts

2

Download these Choose Your Own Adventure Art Activities!

Distance Learning Art Project Still Life

This art project can be completed from home for distance learning and only requires students to have a pencil, paper, ( optional materials include crayon, colored pencils, or paints). Upload the lesson to the google classroom and students can complete the lesson completely independently. Students ca...

3rd grade donuts!

This is new project for third grade this year. They learned a lot about value and how to use watercolor to create the illusion of a th...

Set Of Ice Cream With Hand Drawn Or Doodle Style

Discover thousands of Premium vectors available in AI and EPS formats

4th grade shaded forms

4th Grade Shaded Forms 4th grade has been learning about the elements of art, FORM & VALUE. Form is a three-dimensional geometrical figure (like a sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, etc.), as opposed to a shape, which is two-dimensional, or flat. Value is the lightness or darkness of a color. (this project was inspired by an awesome image i found on Marnie Hyland's blog! Check out their awesome art!) Day 1: I demonstrated how to do the project. (I project all of my lessons on a giant screen, so…

Bilder zum Nachzeichnen für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene - Archzine.net

Für alle, die mit Farben gerne experimentieren und malen mögen, haben wir mehr als siebzig tolle Bilder zum Nachzeichnen zusammengestellt.

FLOATING OCTOPUS gyotaku print - traditional Japanese fish art by Dwight Hwang

***For information regarding the art, the artist and higher-end original prints, please visit my site at: https://fishingforgyotaku.com/ Gyotaku reproduction fish print of an Octopus, that was caught off the coast of Washington, faithful to the original Japanese style of creating memorable prints for the avid fisherman; simple and monochromatic. Floating within the gentle sway of the sea. Graceful and intimidatingly handsome, this print is very stunning behind a glass frame on any wall of…

Wayne Thiebaud

Wayne Thiebaud is one of the California greats - famous for his gentle paintings of beautifully arranged baked goods. This is a fun lesson ...

Tim Burton Style Self-Portrait Unit

*PRODUCT UPDATE: FREE COLORING PAGE ADDED, DIGITALLY REMASTERED REFERENCE SHEETS, AND BURTON-ESQUE FRAME DESIGNS!!! I have been DYING to do a Tim Burton inspired project with my kids for a couple of years, but I was unsure of what I wanted to do. This year, I decided that it would be fun to have my ...

Lino Printmaking -An Easy Introduction to Linocut Art - The Kitchen Table Classroom

New surfaces make the age old art of lino printmaking so much safer and just as fun. Get started with this project perfect for the linocut art beginner!

Printing. Printing. Printing.

We learned that a print is a way of copying an image. Second graders worked on creating spring inspired monoprints. Third graders made Kimmy Cantrell inspired collagraphs while fourth and fifth graders created numbered series based on nature's creepy crawlers. a 5th grader's lovely print and plate

Printmaking

We have just wrapped up our printmaking unit! Students made 3 types of prints in class: a monoprint, a relief print, and a collagraph. Our monoprint was made by using shaving cream and liquid watercolor to create a bright, warm or cool image. Students used this as a background for their relief print, which was printed in black ink. Students designed their relief print using shape and symmetry on a linoleum block.

Beautiful DIY Bowls – Make Today with Paper Clay

Paper clay is a wonderful medium to use for DIY bowls and with the proper techniques, the end results resemble fired clay in appearance. While you can't eat off of these DIY bowls, you can use them as trinket trays or simply display them empty for the beautiful works of art they are. I know I'm going to keep them in mind for handmade gifts, as well! What You Need acrylic paint (I used Payne’s Grey) acrylic varnish, high gloss (or spray varnish) clay roller clear food bag, gallon size…

5th grade Eraser prints

5th grade artists looked at Islamic art. We noticed the patterns, the repeating elements and the lack of representational imagery. We came u...

Making an Assemblage & Learning about Louise Nevelson

I have seen variations of this project many times but have never tried it with my students. I am pleased with how our assemblages turned out! This was a great opportunity to clean out the …