Principles of Design, Contrast, Worksheet with Information and an Activity
This worksheet covers the principle of design, contrast. The front of the worksheet includes information on tips to create the illusion movement in a work of art through:➢Color➢Shape➢Pattern➢Black and whiteThe back of the worksheet tests the students' understanding of the information on the front by...
Principles of Design Worksheet Pack: Elementary Art, Middle & High School Art
This principles of design pack includes 10 front and back worksheets that cover 9 principles of designs. This handout bundle can serve as an early finisher, distance learning option, or introduction to a project for elementary art, middle school art, and high school art classrooms. The front of the ...
Elements of Art Worksheets, Activities: Elementary Art, Middle & High School Art
This worksheet bundle covers all 7 elements of art. This printable pack has information on the front and activities on the back perfect for early finishers, sub plans, distance learning, or introduction to projects in elementary art, middle school art, and high school art classes. Google Slide versi...
The Most Creative Way to Teach Your Students Art Vocabulary! - The Art of Education University
Art educators have so many objectives to teach it can often feel daunting. This is especially true considering the vast number of art vocabulary words our students are required to master by the time final exams roll around. If you’re in the same boat, I’ve got the lesson for you! Introducing: Visualizing Vocabulary! This lesson […]
5 Activities to Open Your Middle Schoolers' Creative Brains - The Art of Education University
Have you ever planned the best lesson in the world? It might have looked something like this: Your students are engaged in discussion, they’re excited to see all the artwork shown, they’re asking wonderful questions. Then, it’s time to create…and they all just sit there. The blank stares on your students’ faces, might not be […]
Introducing the One-Sentence Lesson Plan | Cult of Pedagogy
Focus your planning by getting clear on just three things: the WHAT, the HOW, and the WHY.
Flexible learning for the middle school and high school art classroom.
Over the course of this last year (covid-19), I have added over 20 additional digital/interactive resources to this curriculum in an attempt to help teachers teach both in-person and through distance learning. Anyone that has already purchased this resource has full access to those for free. In the ...
Elements of Art Digital Escape Room; Full 360º Digital Art Escape Room
This Escape into Art digital escape room is a full 360° escape room that introduces your students to The Elements of art in a fun and engaging way. Students must solve clues for the seven elements of art and a final hidden clue! Like this escape? See my new Principles of Design Escape Room by clicki...
Your students are not like you. Accept it. Teach differently.
I had the chance to chat with a high school history teacher yesterday and as teacher conversations often do, we veered into a discussion around instructional best practices. That discussion then ve…
3 Tips to Make Any Lesson More Culturally Responsive | Cult of Pedagogy
Culturally responsive teaching is less about using racial pride as a motivator and more about mimicking the strategies students' communities use to teach them long before they come to school.
The 13 Pillars of Art Education Every Art Teacher Should Know (The Art of Education)
As a teacher, you know you make hundreds, if not thousands, of decisions every day in your classroom. As an art teacher, many of those decisions include things like which standards you’ll cover in you
5 Hints for Helping Young Students Generate Artist Statements - The Art of Education University
As an elementary teacher, do you ever feel pressured to fit everything into short class periods? Seeing my classes for only 40 minutes a week, I used to struggle to fit quality reflection time into my lessons. Because I teach 600 students each week, written artist statements seemed beyond reach. There just didn’t seem to […]
In preparation for our upcoming fifth grade Tree of LIfe gallery opening I am asking that students write an artist statement. I have grand visions of guests at the art show scanning student artwork...