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This tried and true Eye Self-Portrait Easy Distance Learning Lesson is perfect for teaching basic techniques and self-expression!
Shelley Valdez saved to Art
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Drawing the Human Form - The Art of Education University
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The ultimate curriculum platform for K-12 art teachers. FLEX gives art teachers access to a rich library of standards-aligned curriculum materials so they can save time and focus on teaching and student learning.
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Ashley Anderton saved to Art for Kids
I have had quite a few people ask me about the handouts I used to do this color value lesson: So here you go... Sorry that I cut of the word "white" on the left side when I copied it, but the kids still get the idea. You can always just re-write it on the original before copying. I also included a value shading handout that I use for colored pencil and pencil projects. Enjoy! [These are cell-phone photos of copies of the handouts, but they should print fine. I hand-draw most of my handouts…
Amy Vaughn-Arevalo saved to Art - K
The Elements and Principles of Art: Free Quiz download, or review for your class that your students will not understand and hate.
I've said it before, I'll say it again: Don't teach the elements and principles of art. Do not make up exercises specifically to teach line, or texture, or space...etc. Use the elements and principles in your lessons, not as your lesson. Regardless, my elements of design and principles of design packets remain my most popular downloads. So, here is another one! I copied this from Ande Cook's Art Starters. A mini colorful one page handout quizzing your class on what they know about the…
Sarah Mead saved to ART: Basics
If you can form letters, you can get creative! Here is some ideas of how to be creative starting from scratch. There is a tutorial sheet to show you how to take letters from line to shape, to form in easy steps. Then after you master the basics, the possibilities are endless!
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