Art Lesson: Paul Klee Portrait Art Game, Art Sub Plans, & Digital Spinners

Art Lesson: Paul Klee Portrait Art Game, Art Sub Plans, & Digital Spinners

It can be used by Homeschool, 1st through 4th grade students.

Included: PDF, 22 Pages

Looking for fun ways to increase your income? Art history lessonsWhat? You will be away and you have to act quickly art sub plansWhat are you waiting for? Fill up your sub tub with engaging, low-prep art lessons like this Paul Klee PortraitCreate projects that inspire students. Learn from your students Modern artLearn how to use oil pastels to create shades and tints. Your students will be guided from beginning to end with the step-by, illustrated directions as well as the PowerPoint presentation that includes close-up and detailed photos.

PREPARED

You will be missing and may need to substitute an artist lesson. Looking for an activity to do? Remote accessOder Distance learningWhat is your situation? You can get rid of the stress that comes with being away! The Paul Klee project for art is designed so that you can read and draw in one lesson and then complete the project the week after.

You are planning on Take maternity leaveLooking for ready-to-go, engaging art projects? Uncertified subartists could still handle the task.Are you worried? No worries! No worries! This lesson contains everything, from self-assessment tools to the activity. It will help students learn while on vacation.

Complete your art sub plan A folder with detailed lessons on art that will inspire your students but not overwhelm them. 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.

FOSTER INDEPENDENCE

You are trying to instill self-reliance in the art room. The best, most productive Romare Bearden game for art is this one Early finisher activity Your students.

You can set up an art centre where students choose amongst the many activities. You can print the instructions and the game board, then let students pick which activity to do. Similar to the a Directed drawing Activity in which students follow the art process.

DIFFERENTIATE LEARNINGS

Are you an artist teacher in search of a job? Art lesson: Differentiated It will boost independent thinking, problem-solving and skill-acquisition.

Art can be differentiated in four key ways: The outcome, task completed, supplementary resources provided, student support, and how much each student was given. Each project, regardless of whether it is created by students using the same Paul Klee design board, has a unique outcome.

Three ways that students could create their designs are included in my article. First, students can use the game board to choose their pieces. A “you choose” board is the second. These are both printables. Finally, to make it easier for teachers who want engaging online lessons, I have added digital spinners!

You will receive

  • 12 page, non-editable PDF
  • 9-Page, Non-Editable PowerPoint presentation
  • Dice Game
  • The Game is also available in a Choice-Based Drawing version
  • Paul Klee Biography Handbook
  • Instructions and a Step-by-Step Tutorial for Pictures
  • Visual Arts Self Assessment Rubrics
  • Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
  • 8. “I CAN” statements aligned with the Studio Habits Of Mind
  • Draw Page
  • Coloring Page
  • Google Drive Paperless digital resource for students, also for Google Classroom, Schoology and Canvas (seesaw, Microsoft OneDrive), Teams, and everywhere else that you can link to a file…link at the bottom of each page)
  • Digital Spinner Wheels are available for download on Google Slides, YouTube and YouTube (links at the bottom of the page)

PAUL KLEE GAME PLAY DIRECTIONS

By rolling the die, you can create a Paul Klee Portrait.

  1. To begin, use the die to select a head from your first column. Then draw it big on the paper.
  2. Then roll the eyes to the right column.
  3. Roll for the nose at the third column.
  4. Next roll for your mouth.
  5. Use oil pastels to color your portrait, starting from the background. Use the side of the pastel to make thick strokes. You can add white to certain colors, or black to create shades. Mix the colors using your fingers.
  6. Next, separate the head and shoulders into distinct parts.
  7. Lastly, color in all the shapes with tints and shades.

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You agree to download this teacher resource. It is a one-user license that can be used in your classroom. This does not grant you any copy rights. Glitter Meets Glue’s teaching materials cannot be re-sold or distributed again. Graphic credit may not be removed from any teaching material.

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Do you want to buy a license that your colleagues can use? All additional copies are eligible for a 10% discount Use the honor system in this place as you would for your classroom.

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

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