Useful for Homeschooling, First – Eighth Grades
Most commonly used for 5th through 6th grades.
This includes: PDF, 194 pages
Want to get your students excited about learning modern art? These are some ideas to get your students excited about modern art. Games based on pop art Make it your next lesson in art! Middle school and upper elementary students will enjoy creating a pop artist while having fun with a roll-and-draw game. Substitute teachers will love the no-prep, fuss-free art projects that are easy to implement.
Do you want to create art centers for your home? Are you looking for self-guided instruction materials? This pop art games bundle will be a helpful addition to your choice-based arts program. Print the material and place it in labeled folders so students can easily access them.
It is great for homeschooling and art education. These are great for art lovers who need to finish quickly and have recess time.
QUALITY ART LEARNING
Digitally-designed game boards print crisply and clearly, which is a big difference from hand-drawn materials that don’t stand up to reprinting. Students with visual impairments will find it easier to see the digitally drawn drawings than hand-drawn ones. It’s also harder for them to distinguish the lines between the pencils and the sketches. Each art game also includes clear step-by-step photographs that make it easy for students to comprehend each stage of the process.
- 9 PDFs that are not editable (Jim Dine Hearts and Katherine Bernhardt Pattern Paints, Roy Lichtenstein Compositions. Romero Britto Statue Of Liberty Drawings. Keith Haring Compositions. Wayne Thiebaud Still Life Drawings. James Rizzi Cityscapes. Peter Max Compositions. Chris Uphues Hearts.
- 9 PowerPoint Presentations That Aren’t Editable
- Dice Games
- The Choice-Based Drawing Version for Each Game
- Artist Biography Handouts
- Instructions and Step-By–Step Picture Tutorial
- Visual Arts Self Assessment Rubrics
- Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
- Statements “I CAN” aligned with the Studio Habits Of Mind
- Learn to Draw Pages
- Coloring pages
- Students can use the Paperless Google Drive digital resource (also available in Google Classroom and Schoology as well as Seesaw, Microsoft OneDrive, Teams, Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, Seesaw and Microsoft OneDrive).
- Digital Spinner Wheels with Google Slides (links at bottom of page 3)
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Created by Amie Bentley, © Glitter Meets Glue Designs, LLC
Our pop art unit has been a hit with my kids! As an activity to finish the day, I let my kids choose what one they would like.
Valentine’s Day was celebrated with the Chris Uphues lesson. The lesson was paired with a slide presentation of his works. It covered composition and modern artists.