Middle School Art
Zentangle flowers with tempera-value background...To grow an idea off of this one, you could take an image, split it up into a grid, give each part of the grid to a student, draw out the outline and draw appropriate tangle within each part of the grid that matches the value of the picture
artisan des arts: Hand dyed paper with silhouettes - grade 5/6
"Dreaming out Loud" by Donna Heart. I like this as inspiration for a collaborative class project. Create painted papers, cut and mount on a large canvas.
Ribbons & Pattern Lesson. 6th grade
Math, Geometry & Art. This site provides links to a very large number of sites for teaching students how to make origami forms, tessellating shapes, cubes, pyramids, prisms, polyhedra, tetrahedra, rhombic dodecahedra, icosahedron globes, geodesic domes & buckyballs. Incredible site . . . making math an art & art mathematical.
Art Lesson: Ribbon Letters-- excellent 3 D value exercise
Landcapes inspired by Kandinsky-6th grade
christmas tree - op art