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Great printable of the basic elements of art in very simple illustrations. Even young children could understand it, yet the it could work even for high schoolers.

I really like the different designs and lines in the squares.

lHOW SMART!! I often run out of ideas when I doodle, and go back to other doodles for ideas, which takes time. And it's frustrating. Since I make color charts, why not make a shape chart??

Exploring lines at Blue Sparrows Art Club

This website has awesome handouts for texture, color, lines, spacing, perspective and a ton of other art skills!

Hey Art Teachers.... here's something for your sub folder and it's FREE ... Lines in Art Introduction Packet

Learn to draw people in motion using action lines. This is a good lesson for beginners learning how to draw.

Slalom-Tangle Pattern An Ogee pattern? You know, those in and out lines that make you think of a string of garlic bulbs -- only lots prettier and not nearly as stinky

Excellent concrete way to explain Bloom's taxonomy to second language students.

Cubine - This enjoyable pattern is full of contrast and depth. It can be done with straight or curved lines. Enjoy!

Op Art Cubes. Decorate them as 2D designs & see how they appear to change when folded into boxes. Photograph then from different angles - then put the photographs together to make an image that is altogether different than either of the previous manifestations!

Teaching Grace colors. I think this would help. Although I might make my own version, lol.