It can be used by 3rd-6th grade, Homeschool students.
Included: PDF, 21 Pages
Brighten up the dull Art History Learn from a game of dice! It’s no surprise that this art project, to make a Wassily Kandinsky artwork is a success. You won’t be there? You will be absent? art sub plan A folder of engaging and low-prep art projects, which are simple to use for substitute teachers.
You can teach your students the Blue Rider group, non-objective and abstract art, as well as how to use watercolor paints. Your students will be guided from beginning to end with step-by–step pictures and the PowerPoint presentation that comes along. This PowerPoint presentation is perfect for teaching art to students with special needs.
Do you need an art lesson to replace someone who is going absent? Looking for an activity to do? Remote AccessOr Distance learningSituation? Take away the anxiety of missing! The abstract painting project can be done in two lessons. Students will complete the reading, practice drawing and then the project upon their return.
Plan on an Take a maternity leaveLooking for ready-to-go, engaging art projects? Uncertified art subs could still handle the task.What are you waiting for? No worries! You don’t have to worry!
Please fill in your art sub plan You can also include detailed art lessons to motivate students, but not overpower your substitute. Include a copy of the game and some dice in the box. It’s easy for your students to learn how to play this game and to take it with them.
Do you want to encourage self-reliance within your art space? The Wassily Kandinsky game of art is the most effective and productive. Early finisher activity For your students.
Create a center for choice-based arts where students can choose from a variety of activities. You can print the instructions and the game board, then let students pick which activity to do. It’s similar to creating a Drawing directed Students are led through art processes.
Are you an artist teacher in search of a job? Art lesson: Differentiated It will boost independent thinking, problem-solving and skill-acquisition.
There are four ways that art can be distinguished: the result of the project and its task, as well as the additional resources available to students. The support provided to each student is also important. Although students might choose the same Wassily Kandinsky design board for their projects, every project has a unique outcome.
Three ways that students could create their designs are included in my article. 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!
DELIVERABLES YOU’LL RECEIVE
- 12 page, non-editable PDF
- PowerPoint Presentation, 9 pages.
- Dice Game
- Option-Based Drawing Version
- A step-by, illustrated tutorial and directions
- Wassily Kandinsky Background Information Handbook
- 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
- 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 available as a download, as well Google Slides or YouTube links (links at bottom of page 3).
WASSILY KANDINSKY GAME DIRECTIONS
By rolling the die, and gathering the parts necessary to make a Kandinsky-style watercolour, you can create one.
- Begin by rolling twice the die to choose two abstract shapes in the first column.
- Roll two times more to choose two additional abstract shapes from column 2.
- Roll three more times until you have three choices.
- These lines can be layered on to shapes in your design.
- Then, roll two more times to determine which two geometric shapes you’ll use from the fourth column.
- Lastly, roll two more times to pick the last two geometric shapes you’ll draw from the fifth column.
- You can fill the shapes using watercolor paints.
- Complete the task by highlighting everything using black permanent marker.
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I love that my kids enjoy learning about artists and creating art. It is a great way to provide a history lesson and teach how to make art. We are grateful!We are grateful!
This lesson was a hit with my students. It was also liked by my sub. This worked well in state testing. This was learned during breaks between subjects.