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7th-8th Grade Art Lesson Plans


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7th-8th Grade Art Lesson Plans

7th-8th Grade Art Lesson Plans

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Color Theory - make copies of a black and white picture (Escher?), divide it into squares and color each square with different colors - maybe two colored pencils per square?

Watercolor florals - easy technique

Printing with Gelli Arts®: Gelli™ Printing with Styrofoam Plates So keep those styrofoam plates and trays and make a collection of your own designs! They're easy to stack and store — and loads of fun to print with!

How to Draw 3D LOVE Graffiti Letters - YouTube

Roy Lichtenstein inspired portraits. Could use top of pencil eraser to make dots.

good example for white paper airplanes assignment

Julianna Kunstler - very cool art class page - teacher who posts her art lessons, tutorials

middle school art projects

clay projects for middle school | clay projects. This is a great and easy project for beginning clay ...

combine sculpture and drawing - Has Rubric

step by step nefotlak.: op art lesson

lichtenstein inspired - paint on newspaper. Possibly use character education words?

Objective- Students will use torn paper/magazines to create an animal collage.

Guilford County School's Art Educator's Blog

Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein. Discussion with youngest son Mitchell reflecting upon father and his work.

Artistic Freedom: 5th Grade Lichtenstein Portraits

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Experiments in Art Education: 7th Grade

Zentangle flowers with tempera-value background

Art at Becker Middle School: Zentangle Landscapes

Hip Hop Style names how-to. Did this with fifth grade and was fairly successful. They had the most trouble with the shading on the left part.

free line drawing worksheet - printable teacher resources from the Student Art Guide

Alcohol Ink tiles as a backsplash! Great idea for an art room!! Students create an alcohol ink tile.

Surrealism with kids

Lichstenstein lesson, use erasers to print dots onto traced photos!! dont forget a speech bubble