How to Draw Cartoon Faces | Printable workbook for kids | Learn to draw cartoonsQuick View

How to Draw Cartoon Faces | Printable workbook for kids | Learn to draw cartoons

each your kids to draw cartoon faces with all kinds of happy, funny, sad and angry expressions. This convenient printable how-to-draw workbook provides examples of many different face shapes, eyes, noses, mouths, hairstyles and expressions, so you can mix and match and create something unique. The last pages include some partially completed faces for your kids to finish off and build their skills, plus a blank page for them to practice their own faces from scratch. This workbook comes as a 10 page PDF file, 8.5″ x 11″ (standard US letter) so it will print on most printers.
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Elements of Art Worksheets - Space & Composition & Mini Art Lesson SheetsQuick View

Elements of Art Worksheets - Space & Composition & Mini Art Lesson Sheets

9 Printable worksheets that goes through the element of Space and Composition and has students complete activities to demonstrate their knowledge. Worksheets can be used a sub lessons, as enrichment to your art lessons or as min-lessons on their own. An essential for any art classroom. Included: Element of Space Worksheet with examples of 6 ways to create the illusion of space Positive and Negative Space worksheet with Notan how-to sheet with examples Composition sheet with examples of Rule of Thirds, Framing, Focal Point, Leading Create a composition key Space worksheet for students to demonstrate knowledge of how to create the illusion of space Student Notan Activity sheets (white and black box) Composition worksheet for students to practice rules of composition Blank Create a Composition Sheet with questions Art worksheets, Space Worksheets, Substitute worksheets; Sub plans; Elementary and Secondary Composition Worksheets; Notans; Positive and Negative Space
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Roy Lichtenstein Art History PacketQuick View

Roy Lichtenstein Art History Packet

This art history packet introduces students to the artist Roy Lichtenstein. These worksheets introduce students to the artist through web links and videos, has them color artwork to familiarize students with work inspired by the artist, then has them complete activities based on the artist featured. The lesson takes students through an understanding of the artist, pop art and then has students color artwork inspired by the artist, using four of the most common characteristics of his work: Benday Dots, Horizontal Lines, Primary Colors and black outlines. Students apply this knowledge afterwards to create their own art, first as an abstract piece then using their favorite comic strip frame. Included: About the artist information sheet with examples 12 Page PDF Slideshow about the artist with examples of work 6 Interactive Coloring Sheets Lichtenstein inspired art in black outline form 3 extension activities, an abstract version of his work, child creates own abstract art and then uses their favorite comic strip frame and re-creates it in his style. Instruction Sheet More resources sheet with links to movies and PDF handout on artist with activities I appreciate any feedback on my resources and am always looking for ways to make them more useful! A note about artwork used in this resource: The work contained in this resource is created in the style of Roy Lichtenstein. All line artwork was created by Sabrina Wingren. Any student artwork included is used with express permission. Classroom Art Lessons, Substitute Art Lessons, Art for Early Finishers, Interactive Coloring Sheets, Homeschool Art Lessons, Art History based lessons, Art Movements, Art History lessons, Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein, No Prep Art History Lessons. ©2017 A Space to Create Not intended for resale or sharing online without permission.
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Free Christmas Ornament TemplateQuick View

Free Christmas Ornament Template

Color and make your own Christmas tree ornaments with this free template! These DIY Christmas ornaments are easy for anyone to make. Just print, color, cut, fold, glue to make your 3D decorations to hang on your Christmas tree or sit as a centerpiece on your table for Christmas dinner! These ornaments are included in my HUGE Coloring Christmas Printable Activity Pack – See what else is included: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/coloring-christmas-printable-activity-pack-11743369
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Calligraphy; Illuminated Letters - Art LessonQuick View

Calligraphy; Illuminated Letters - Art Lesson

Teach students about illuminated letters with this lesson. The lesson includes a link to a movie about manuscripts with Illuminated letters highlighted. It takes students step-by-step through the process of creating their own Illuminated letters with student process photos, pencil, ink, color. Calligraphy. Positive and Negative Space, Balance and Emphasis are discussed. The lesson includes: 4 Page Lesson Plan with National Standards for grades 6-12; Big idea, Essential questions, Goals and Objectives, instructional Materials, Supplies and detailed process. Also included are Resource links, vocabulary and rubric in the form of a student self-evaluation. All editable. 47 Page Editable PowerPoint presentation including student example in process and finish Illuminated Letters Alphabet Pages with multiple example of each letter (This is the same as what is included in my Zentangle Initial Lesson) Student Self Evaluation Editable Word document © 2017 A Space to Create. All rights reserved.
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Wassily Kandinsky Art History Worksheet and Activities PacketQuick View

Wassily Kandinsky Art History Worksheet and Activities Packet

This art history packet introduces students to the artist Wassily Kandinsky. These worksheets introduce students to the artist through web links and videos, has them color artwork to familiarize students with the artists' work, then has them complete activities based on the artist featured. The lesson takes students through an understanding of the artist Wassily Kandinsky Students color sheets using similar colors and symbols as the artist, create a chalk drawing by listening to music and finally draw some of the patterns, shapes and lines they see in his work and then create a composition using those patterns and colors. Included: US and UK Versions About the artist information sheet with examples Teacher instruction sheet More resources sheet with links to biography video and animation video. 6 coloring sheets of Kandinsky's work Student examples of chalk drawings done to music Worksheet for chalk drawing from music Worksheet for student to draw patterns, lines and shapes that they see in Kandinsky's work. Art lesson prompt with student example of oil pastel artwork using the patterns created on previous worksheet. 16 page PDF Presentation on the artist I appreciate any feedback on my resources and am always looking for ways to make them more useful! Follow me at A Space to Create A note about artwork used in this resource: The work contained in this resource is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. All line artwork was created by Sabrina Wingren using Wassily Kandinsky’s work as reference. Any student artwork included is used with express permission. No Prep Art History; Social Issues in Art; Advocacy through Art; Social Change; Classroom Art Lessons, Substitute Art Lessons, Art for Early Finishers, Interactive Coloring Sheets, Homeschool Art Lessons, Art History based lessons, Art Movements, Art History lessons, Pop Art, Keith Haring Activities, No Prep Art History Lessons. ©2017 A Space to Create. Sabrina Wingren. All rights reserved. Not intended for resale or sharing online without permission.
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Romero Britto Dogs - Art History Lesson, Pattern Art LessonQuick View

Romero Britto Dogs - Art History Lesson, Pattern Art Lesson

This 40 page powerpoint presentation takes younger students through an understanding of Line, Pattern, Repetition and Rhythm. A basic introduction to the artist Romero Britto and what Pop Art is. It includes a step by step demonstration of how to draw a dog, break up the background and add patterns. It also includes pattern idea starters for younger children. Included: 40 Page Editable Powerpoint Presentation 12 Easier for the younger student Doodle/Pattern Idea starters on 3 worksheets Basic introduction to Romero Britto What is Line, Pattern, Repetition and Rhythm in art Step by step of how to draw a dog, divide background and add patterns. How to draw a dog worksheet Blank worksheet for students to practice patterns Multiple examples of students in process and finished artwork Intended for students grade K-5. Classroom Art Lessons, Homeschool Art Lessons, Art History based lessons, Romero Britto Art Lesson, Pattern Art lesson, Doodle Art Lesson, Easy Elementary Art Lesson. ©2015 A Space to Create Not intended for resale or sharing online without permission.
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Found Poetry Project - Blackout Poetry Project UK and US versions includedQuick View

Found Poetry Project - Blackout Poetry Project UK and US versions included

Product Description Students love this lesson that allows them to create their own poem from words found on the page of a book. Art lesson centers around creating a piece of artwork based on the core idea of the poem and the Language Arts piece on finding poetic words and phrases to create a memorable poem with a central idea. Included: (US and UK versions included) 4 Page Lesson Plan with National Standards for Visual Arts and Common Core Standards for English Language Arts; Big idea, Essential questions, Objectives, Instructional Materials, Supplies and detailed process. Also included are Resource links, vocabulary and rubric. All editable. 31 page PowerPoint with step-by-step instructions, two of my demonstrations as video links, and an editable rubric created in Word. I appreciate any feedback on my resources and am always looking for ways to make them more useful! ©2017 A Space to Create Sabrina Wingren
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Caspar David Friedrich Romance Art History - Romanticism - Art - 160 SlidesQuick View

Caspar David Friedrich Romance Art History - Romanticism - Art - 160 Slides

This is a complete presentation on Caspar David Friedrich in Romance Art History, or Romanticism. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FOR YOUR REVIEW ON THIS PAGE. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY. EXCERPT: - Friedrich made his drawings from nature but not his paintings. He painted solely in his studio using his drawings for reference but arranging things as he pleased. - Friedrich was not interested in painting people per se. He painted them but for a different purpose. They usually face into the picture and act as stand-ins for us, the viewers. - The men are the Romantic hero, the rugged man on his own communing with unfathomable nature. Their eyes are often fixed on the abyss but never on the viewer. - His figures are motionless, reverent figures either with their backs or sides to us. They are almost never facing us. Their mood, which we are to adopt, is one of loss and longing. - The Romantic artists usually were drawn to death and mysticism. Friedrich was drawn to both. - The American Hudson River School of Landscape painters found Friedrich’s work an inspiration for their own art in the 19th century. EXCERPT: SEA OF ICE PAINTING - Debate raged over the symbolism and meaning of this painting. It did not happen in history nor is it derived from a literary work from Friedrich’s time. - One interpretation made it a metaphor with the German government then in power. Scholar Norbert Wolf likened the painting’s atmosphere to, “…a symbolic protest against the oppressive 'political winter' gripping Germany under Metternich." - Then there’s Friedrich’s childhood fall through the ice with his elder brother saving him but dying while doing so. Friedrich mourned his brother’s loss greatly. - The destruction of a vessel made by man by nature also fits within Friedrich’s overall Romantic theme of unforgiving nature. Nature uses the powerful force of the ice to smash the ship, showing its superiority to man, dwarfing man. - This painting was not liked, much less understood, in its day. The lack of a moral to the wreckage bothered viewers. One art critic outright hated it and wrote, “If only the ice painting of the North Pole would melt once and for all."
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Pixel Art in Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets - Volume 2Quick View

Pixel Art in Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets - Volume 2

Need a fun way to introduce Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets to upper elementary or middle school students? This great lesson lets students learn the basics of Microsoft Excel (or Google Sheets) as they create pixel art using the program. First, they'll create a quick pixel art from a given example and then they'll create their own! These are also fun lessons to use if you just need something for a one day lesson. Perfect for the beginning of the school year too. This is the SECOND volume in the series with 8 brand new, exciting pixel art projects for your students to create, plus two new samples for the lessons. The projects vary in difficulty so that every student can be challenged and successful. I've used this with 7th and 8th graders who used their free time to create even more art! I hope your students have as much fun as mine did learning Excel or Google Sheets! Files Included • Teacher & Student Resources • Introduction to Pixel Art Lesson (Microsoft Excel project) with tutorial • Introduction to Pixel Art Lesson (Google Sheets project) with tutorial • Legends and Sample Pictures for 8 Additional Pictures • Full Excel (2016) editable files for all pixel art projects (note: these can be opened in Google Sheets too) Pixel Art Pictures Include: * Frog * Balloon * Soccer Ball * Volkswagen Bus * Dolphin * Rubber Duck * Pineapple * Butterfly * Motorcycle * Rain Cloud
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Draw and Describe Differentiated TemplateQuick View

Draw and Describe Differentiated Template

Check out this multipurpose organizer that has a fram at the top for students to place a visual and then lines down below for them to write. This can be a great way to activate students' prior knowledge about a topic in which they draw a memory or something they think of related to the topic, and then describe what they have drawn. By default, this gives students variety in the format they present their knowledge. It can alos be used for homework, an exit ticket, end of unit summary and so much more. It comes in four different formats for differentiation to different grade levels or ability levels!
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Paul Klee Worksheets and Art ActivitiesQuick View

Paul Klee Worksheets and Art Activities

This art history packet introduces students to the artist Paul Klee through a biography worksheet and videos. They then color artwork to familiarize them with the artists work, finally they complete activities based on the artist featured. Included: US and UK Versions About the artist information sheet with examples Teacher instruction sheet More resources sheet with links to biography videos 5 coloring sheets of Kandinsky’s work 3 Activities Worksheet on two of Klee’s paintings that show time of day and emotion through color 16 pages A note about artwork used in this resource: The work contained in this resource is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 70 years or less. All line artwork was created by Sabrina Wingren using Paul Klee’s work as reference. Any student artwork included is used with express permission. No Prep Art History; Paul Klee Activities, Paul Klee Coloring Sheets, Paul Klee worksheets. ©2018 A Space to Create. Sabrina Wingren. All rights reserved. Not intended for resale or sharing online without permission.
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Art Lesson - Doodle Landscape - Elements of Art Project - Pattern LandscapesQuick View

Art Lesson - Doodle Landscape - Elements of Art Project - Pattern Landscapes

Product Description This project-based Doodle Landscape lesson is a great way to teach students about the Elements of Art. It is fun and easy for every student to be successful. Line, Color, Value, Space and Rhythm and atmospheric perspective are covered. Lesson Includes: (Every item is offered in UK & US versions) 4 Page Lesson Plan with National Standards for grades 6-12; Big idea, Essential questions, Objectives, instructional Materials, Supplies and detailed process. Also included are Resource links, vocabulary and rubric in the form of a student self-evaluation. All editable. 33 Page PowerPoint Student Self-Evaluation word doc WORKSHEETS: Elements Interactive worksheets with key Elements of art small cards poster set 3 Doodle Starter Idea Sheets (with 12 three step doodle ideas) Blank Doodle Starter Sheet to create your own designs for students Doodle Thumbnail Worksheet Landscape Thumbnails Worksheet Display example Vocabulary Key I appreciate any feedback on my resources and am always looking for ways to make them more useful! Zentangle Landscapes, Pattern Landscapes, Watercolor Landscapes
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Health and Nutrition Printables CollectionQuick View

Health and Nutrition Printables Collection

Teach your class about health and nutrition with ABCmouse! From food groups to physical activities, this collection covers a wide range of health and nutrition topics. Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to access these and 9,000 more resources for preschool through 2nd grade! Visit to sign up for free.
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DIY Christmas Ornaments | 10 PackQuick View

DIY Christmas Ornaments | 10 Pack

Color and make your own Christmas tree ornaments with this set of 10 fun holiday templates! These DIY Christmas ornament templates are easy for anyone to make. Just print, color, cut, fold, glue to make your 3D decorations to hang on your Christmas tree or sit as a centerpiece on your table for Christmas dinner! This coloring pack includes 10 different designs, each fits on a 8.5x11 inch page (letter size) to fit most printers. The coloring page designs vary in complexity so there's an option suitable for all ages and skill levels. Basic instructions are included on each page.
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Free Christmas Coloring CardQuick View

Free Christmas Coloring Card

This printable Christmas coloring card is easy to make and fun to color in! The card template prints on a standard letter size page (8.5 x 11″) and includes cut and fold lines. The final card folds to approximately 5 x 7″ You can scale the print to fit A4 printers or to print smaller cards if you prefer. You can get the whole pack of 20 different Christmas cards at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/diy-coloring-christmas-cards-set-of-20-read-to-fold-printable-christmas-cards-print-and-color-11602188
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Japonism ~ Art History ~ Western Art & Japan Trade Opening ~ 1800s ~ 212 SlidesQuick View

Japonism ~ Art History ~ Western Art & Japan Trade Opening ~ 1800s ~ 212 Slides

Japonism ~ Art History ~ Western Art & Japan Trade Opening ~ 1800s ~ 212 Slides This is a very complete presentation of the Japonism Movement in Art History, which occurred when Western Art was exposed to the opening of Japanese Trade in the 1800s . There are ample slides in the slideshow on this page for a full preview of the product. text excerpt: Japanese trade to the West began in 1859 so that Oriental art and household goods were sold in Europe. Among artists, it was the Japanese Prints which caught their eyes. They were very different from Western art. The colors were much brighter and more exotic. The Japanese also had a different sense of spatial relationships from Westerners. Western artists eagerly adapted the new things they saw in the prints into their own work. Japonism, Japonisme, and Japanomania are the terms for the western craze for Japan. By the turn of the century, Africa followed Japan as the culture craze, just in time to be discovered by the Cubists. Japan showed its art and household goods at the World Fair in London in 1862 and Paris in 1867. Kimonos, fans, parasols, lacquerware, screens and prints became all the rage. text excerpt: Some artists staged Japoneries (Tableaus), which featured models dressed in kimonos amidst Japanese props. This was their idea of adapting their art work to this new Japanese inspiration. These Japoneries look extremely dated, staged and derivative today. Degas and other major artists did not go in that direction. Instead, Degas used the qualities of the Japanese aesthetic and adapted those to his own imagery. Thus, he put his dancers in an elongated pictorial format with an asymmetrical composition. He did NOT put his dancers into kimonos and bedeck them with Japanese props. The successful result is shown below. text excerpt: Although this painting by Monet of his wife Camille is also a Japonerie, it is the only one Monet paints. His others are his own imagery, just like Degas did. The Monets loved Japonism. Claude Monet acquired 250 Japanese prints, which covered the walls of his house in Giverny. Camille wore a kimono around the house. The garden at Giverny is modeled after a Japanese print with the arcing bridge and bamboo. text excerpt: “All my work is based to some extent on Japanese art…" Vincent to his brother Theo from Arles, 15 July 1888
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Snowflake Winter Mosaic - Collaborative Classroom Art Activity - Winter Art ActivityQuick View

Snowflake Winter Mosaic - Collaborative Classroom Art Activity - Winter Art Activity

Printable Fall/Autumn template for students to color that pieces together to create a mosaic of student's artwork. Included: UK & US Spelling of Color/Colour included Template Larger Template for smaller children Instructions Sheet Example I appreciate any feedback on my resources and am always looking for ways to make them more useful! Winter Bulletin Board; Art worksheets; Snowflake Bulletin Board; Fun activities; Coloring Sheets; Fall Coloring Sheets, Collaborative Coloring Sheets; Interactive Coloring Sheets; Mosaics, Substitute worksheets; Sub plans; Elementary Art; Fun worksheets; Hands-on Elements of Art; Color, Shape. Easy Art Lessons. No prep art lessons.
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Free Christmas Cracker TemplateQuick View

Free Christmas Cracker Template

Color and make your own Christmas Crackers with this free printable template! These DIY Christmas Crackers are easy for anyone to make. Just print, color, cut, fold, glue and fill with all your favorite goodies! If you’d like more designs, you can upgrade to my pack of 8 Christmas Crackers, or check out my huge Christmas Coloring Bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/coloring-christmas-printable-activity-pack-11743369
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Africa ~ Art ~ Art History ~ African ~ Art ~ 152 SlidesQuick View

Africa ~ Art ~ Art History ~ African ~ Art ~ 152 Slides

The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FROM THE SHOW POSTED ON THIS PAGE. These slides give you the best idea of whether the material will suit your needs. Africa is a huge continent with many diverse peoples and cultures. Accordingly, African art is not one type of art. It varies considerably among these peoples. The easiest way of dealing with this continent's art is to break it down into regions. There are still differences to be found within the regions but they aren’t as stark. Thus, there are four regions to consider: Western Africa, Eastern Africa, Central Africa and Southern Africa. Because Northern Africa is adjacent to the Middle East, it is Islamic. Thus its art is also Islamic. North African art is thus studied along with Islamic art and not along with African art. African art until very recently did not follow western traditions of painting, on an easel or otherwise. When it turned to painting, it used dyes, textiles, weaving and basketry. Africans also used more perishable materials, such as wood for sculptures. Masks and human figures were and are made by artists throughout these regions, often for religious ceremonies.
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