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Line Art, Art, Pre K, Design, Middle School Art, Texture, Inspiration, Art Lesson Plans, Art Education Resources

You might be asking, What are the 7 Elements of Art and How Do I Teach Them? The Elements 7 Elements of Art are: Line, Value, Color, Space, Shape, Form, and Texture and they are the foundations or building blocks that artists use to make art. Let's dive in and learn about the 7 Elements of Art, Which You Should Teach First, and How to Teach them.

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Cassandra Ferreira
Middle School Art, Art, Art Projects, Art Assignments, Art Classroom, Kunst, Art For Kids, Paper Mill, Art Activities

Grade Level Duration 4 classes, 80 minutes Materials Graph paper (buy or make your own online here), acrylic Paint, ghost grid posterboard (Poster board featuring a faint, disappearing grid), square dowel cut down to make a stamp (same size as the grids on the poster board), printer, pencil, palette Media Acrylic Paint Lesson Objectives For […]

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Courtney Burke
Collage, Art, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Kunst, Resim, Sanat, Hundertwasser, Knutselen, Tekenen

Welcome! This blog post features a guided tutorial of how to create a geometric, Bauhaus-inspired paper collage. Prior to beginning, it is helpful to learn more about the Bauhaus art movement. Some of the key characteristics of Bauhaus art includes (1) simple, geometric shapes, (2) basic color schemes, and (3) asymmetrical balance. This activity challenges artists

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Amy Marie
Perspective, Middle School Art, High School, Design, Art, Middle School Art Projects, High School Art Projects, High School Art Lessons, High School Art Lesson Plans

After nearly a decade of teaching secondary students, I've had a lot of time to test out a variety of 2d art projects. Let's face it: as teachers, sometimes we plan and plan and plan. We are so excited to deliver the project, and then... it flops. Students are uninterested and the final products aren't

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Aine Morris