Art Lesson: Ancient Greece Vase Roll A Dice Art Game, Art Sub Plans, & Templates

Art Lesson: Ancient Greece Vase Roll A Dice Art Game, Art Sub Plans, & Templates

This can be used to homeschool the 5th-8th grades
This is mainly used for 6th-grade students.

Also includes: PDF (27 pages)

You need a Bulletin board It shows students exploring the ancient Greek arts and culture, including the Olympics. These beautiful art vases from ancient Greece are hanging by the door. This will make you the center of attention at school. This lesson on cultural art is ideal for art and social studies teachers who want to learn about black and red figures, pottery, and other art styles. Your students will be guided from beginning to end with step-by-step instructions and the PowerPoint presentation that includes close-up photos.


Do you need an art lesson to replace someone who is going absent? Looking for an activity to do? Remote accessOr DistanceWhat is your situation? Take away the anxiety of missing! Students can complete this Ancient Greece vase painting project in just one lesson. Then, they will return to the real project in the next week.

Plan on an Maternity leaveAre you looking for art projects that are ready to go? Uncertified art subs could still handle the task.What are you waiting for? No worries! No worries! This lesson contains everything, from self-assessment tools to the activity. It will help students learn while on vacation.

Please fill in your art sub plan You can also include detailed art lessons to motivate students, but not overpower your substitute. Place the dice and copies of the game inside the tub in a folder labeled. It’s easy for your students to learn how to play this game and to take it with them.


Do you want to instill self-reliance within your art space? This Greek vase game is the most effective and productive. Finisher activities for the early hours For your students.

Create a center for choice-based arts where students can choose from a variety of activities. Let students choose what activity they want to make by printing the directions and game board backwards. It’s similar to creating a Drawing directed Activity in which students follow the art process.


Are you an artist teacher in search of a job? Art lesson: Differentiated This will increase independent thinking and problem solving, as well as skill acquisition.

Art can be differentiated in four key ways: The outcome, task, supplemental resources, student support, and what the students are learning. Each project, regardless of whether it is based on the Ancient Greece Vase design board by students, has a unique outcome for its creator.

There are three options for students to create their own design. Students can choose from three options. The first involves students rolling the dice to pick their parts. You can also choose a second board. These are both printables. Finally, to make it easier for teachers who want engaging online lessons, I have added digital spinners!

What you will receive

  • 18-Page Non-Editable PDF
  • 9-page PowerPoint Presentation, which is not editable
  • Roll a Dice game
  • The Game is also available in a Choice-Based Drawing version
  • A Step-by – Step-by – Picture Instructions
  • Ancient Greek Pottery History Handbook
  • Five Greek Vase Templates: Pelike, Volute, Bell Krater and Bell Krater. Calyx Krater is Calyx Krater.
  • Visual Arts Self Assessment Rubrics
  • Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
  • 8 Statements titled “I Can” that align with Studio Habits of Mind
  • Try Drawing Pages
  • Coloring page
  • Students can use the Paperless Google Drive digital resource (also available in Google Classroom and Schoology as well as Seesaw, Microsoft OneDrive and Teams.
  • Digital Spinner Wheels are available for download on Google Slides, YouTube and YouTube (links at the bottom of the page)


Roll the die to create an Ancient Greek vase. Then, collect the various parts needed.

  1. You can trace a vase form.
  2. Next, use mahogany paint with a flat, stiff paintbrush to lightly paint the vase using quick strokes. Let dry.
  3. Next, roll the die to select which figure you’re going to add to your vase. It should be drawn large so that you have room to add borders.
  4. Use permanent marker to trace the outline of your figure.
  5. To draw your first border, roll the die.
  6. Roll the die three more times to determine the last three borders you’ll add (borders #2 – #4). You can use them to create your design.
  7. When you’re done with the outline, trace around the vase using permanent marker.



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Created by Amie Bentley, © Glitter Meets Glue Designs, LLC

This was so much fun for my students! The variety of different pots was what attracted them to making multiples.

It was a great resource. This was a project we did for our unit on ancient cultures. My students loved it! This was a great way to encourage them to think about other possibilities.


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