Using just a few simple materials, your students can create an image similar to the beauty of a fireworks display against a night sky!
Using a simple tool to identify a composition, students can create their own unique paintings from any view they see outside!
Use cutouts, bright paints, and pastels to put together a seasonably warm piece of art!
Make a creative memory from your class history day with shadow paintings!
Wow! That reference photo has a lot of stuff in it…how do you turn it into a drawing or painting?
Let your students explore the difference between emphasizing color or contrasting lights and darks!
Let your students experiment with the relationship between color and mood by painting to music.
Learn what’s meaningful when studying colors. This light color theory worksheet and quiz on color theory will arm your students with valuable information to make appropriate painting decisions that will lead to better pictures.
Looking for an engaging design lesson to use in your science, social, math, or art lesson? This creature creation will allow students to design a creature name tag from words they will be exposed to throughout your lesson or your classroom while learning to be creative, have fun and produce art.
Learn how to get your students to think differently about painting. These color theory lessons will enable your students to process how harmony is achieved with color, solve color harmony problems, and feel comfortable about their ability to paint a piece they can be proud of.