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Pop Art Prints - a great way to combine printmaking techniques with Art History! Another twist? Photocopy (black and white) students' school pics, group into four, and have each child color over with oil pastels, a la Andy Warhol. Mount on black construction paper.

A while back I shared a tutorial on how to make a 3-D color wheel out of paper plates, which I found out from a reader comment, came from th...

Create "The Scream" in 2-D and 3-D interpretations. The most expensive painting ever sold to date. How cool would it be to use this idea with other artists as well, creating soft sculpture art dolls for the focal point in famous portraits!

Free beautiful art history lessons for grades 1-8th from Concordia University. 10 lessons per grade!

After introducing my 6 grade students to Oaxacan wood carvings they each trace a gecko shape and plan their paintings. These are done with tempra on card stock quality paper. We bend the legs to create a 3-D look when mounted.

Use a box, research an artist, draw one side, write one side, use a real picture one side, maybe a timeline.