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I have been an art teacher for over 7 years all over the U.S. Every product I sell I actually use in class, so I know it works!

I have been an art teacher for over 7 years all over the U.S. Every product I sell I actually use in class, so I know it works!
Op Art Worksheet
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Op Art Worksheet

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This is a worksheet I use when I introduce Op art or Optical Illusion art. It shows students clearly how to create an optical illusion design. In addition, I show students the work of Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely. Students love this project and it is always successful. I have done this project in person and virtually, and it can be a great sub plan.
Art worksheet Pattern Challenge
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Art worksheet Pattern Challenge

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I use this worksheet to help students practice patterns and utilize the art elements line and shape. Students fill in each shape with the patterns shown or come up with patterns of their own. This is also a great introduction to the art of Zentangle. This can be a great Sub plan as well.
Draw the other half of a face
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Draw the other half of a face

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This worksheet I use when teaching students about symmetry, proportion, and the human face. Students enjoy the challenge of trying to create the same drawing on the other side. I also use this as an emergency sub plan.
Amate paper design Mexican Art
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Amate paper design Mexican Art

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This worksheet helps guide students to create an amate paper design. Amate is a type of paper made from bark, and it is adorned with colorful designs in traditional Mexican style and pattern.
Zen Doodle finish the patterns
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Zen Doodle finish the patterns

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This is an introduction to Zen-doodle or Zentangle. Students finish the pattern in each space to create a fascinating piece of artwork. Students will also practice the art elements of line and shape. Great as a sub plan or for early finishers.
Frank Lloyd Wright Window design Worksheet
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Frank Lloyd Wright Window design Worksheet

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Create a beautiful stained glass window design in the style of Frank Loyd Wright. Using his concept of organic architecture students should be influenced by nature to create an abstract design. This can be done in class or virtually with just about any material. I have even done it on transparencies with sharpie or watercolor mixed with bar soap. Just add it to your Google classroom, or as a sub plan for 2-3 classes of high-level art making. Would pair great with Youtube videos on Frank Lloyd Wright or the PBS documentary.
1 point perspective art worksheet
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1 point perspective art worksheet

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I use this worksheet when introducing 1 point perspective to students. Students like it because its clear and straightforward. Its easy to have success if you follow the steps. This can be used for in person or virtual learning or even as a sub plan.
How to draw a portrait art worksheet
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How to draw a portrait art worksheet

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I use this worksheet when I introduce portraits to students. The step by step guide helps students to work more independently. This can be used for in person or virtual learning and I even use it as a sub plan.
Design your own magazine cover using Canva - Graphic Design
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Design your own magazine cover using Canva - Graphic Design

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This is a digital worksheet that I use to teach students about graphic design and creating a magazine cover. Students create their own design based on their interests. They use the free program Canva which is very intuitive and has many options. We finish the project by answering these 3 questions: Name a magazine that inspired you. Describe the clientele or regular purchaser of your magazine. Why do you think someone might pick up this magazine? This can be done in person with individual iPads or chromebooks, or at home. File includes PDF, word doc and example image
Art Graphic Organizer
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Art Graphic Organizer

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This is a hand-drawn graphic organizer. I mainly use it for when I introduce students to a new artist. Students write down what they see so they can use it as a future reference for their work
Design a droid
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Design a droid

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Do you love Star Wars? Droids have very interesting and intricate bodies. They have lots of buttons, knobs, and tools to make them helpful. Use this worksheet to design and color your own droid.
Valentine's Art Pattern Challenge
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Valentine's Art Pattern Challenge

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This is a fun art project for Valentine’s day. Students fill in each space of the hearts to create a fabulous pattern creation. Students can practice their skills of line and shape, and even color it when they are finished. This makes for a great sub plan as well.
Earth day doodle art activity
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Earth day doodle art activity

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This is a worksheet I use in April where students can practice their line, shape and pattern skills. The finished product ends up being similar to zentangle.
Find a contemporary artist - online activity
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Find a contemporary artist - online activity

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This is a worksheet I use to have students create their own slide presentation on a contemporary artist. I invite students to use the apps they are already spending a lot of time on (tiktok, instagram, pinterest) to find new artists. Then students will create a presentation on those artists.