Pop Art Projects for Kids: Romero Britto Dogs Roll A Dice Game & Art Sub Plans

Pop Art Projects for Kids: Romero Britto Dogs Roll A Dice Game & Art Sub Plans

This can be used to teach Homeschool and 2nd through 5th grade students.

Included: PDF, 22 Pages

Playing is a passion of mine and my students. roll a dice gamesYou can! This is how I motivate them to learn! art history. The art lesson of creating Romero Britto Dogs drawings isn’t a surprise. Are you going to be gone? You will be absent? art sub plan Folder with easy-to-implement, low-prep art projects. Your students will learn about Pop ArtHow to apply pattern to make a design. The included PowerPoint presentation includes step-by-step instructions and detailed photographs. This will help your students to follow the steps from beginning to end.


You will be missing and may need to substitute an artist lesson. Are you looking for something to do with your family? Remote AccessOder DistanceWhat is your situation? You can get rid of the stress that comes with being away! Pop Art projects are structured so students can read and practice drawing one lesson and then complete the project the week after.

Plan on an Maternity leaveLooking for ready-to-go, engaging art projects? Even an uncertified sub-artist could manageWhat 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. 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 best, most productive Romero Britto game is this one Early finisher activity For your students.

You can set up an art centre where students choose among the many activities. Let students choose what activity they want to make by printing the directions and game board backwards. It’s similar to creating a Directed drawing Students are led through art processes.


You are an art teacher searching for the right job. Art lesson: Differentiated It will boost independent thinking, problem-solving and skill-acquisition.

There are four ways art can be distinguished: the result of the project and how it was done, as well as the tasks that students were given, and any additional resources available to them. Each project, regardless of whether it is created by students using the same Britto Dogs design board, has a unique outcome.

There are three options for students to create their own design. First, students can use the game board to choose their pieces. A “you choose” board is the second. These are both printables. Last but not least, digital spinner wheels have been added for distance learners who need engaging lessons.


  • 13.-page, non-editable PDF
  • A 9-page, non-editable PowerPoint presentation
  • Roll a Dice game
  • The Game is also available in a Choice-Based Drawing version
  • Dog Template
  • Romero Britto Background Information Handout
  • A Step-by – Step-by – Picture Instructions
  • Visual Arts Self Assessment Rubrics
  • Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
  • 8 Statements titled “I Can” that align with 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, Teams and any other places you might be able to share a file link…link at the bottom of each page)
  • Digital Spinner Wheels available as a download, as well Google Slides or YouTube links (links at bottom of page 3).


By rolling the die, you can create a Britto-style pet dog.

  1. Trace the outline of the dog on another piece of thick, white drawing paper.
  2. Then, use fewer than ten lines to divide the background of the cat and the pages into smaller parts.
  3. Roll the die again to choose a design from the first column, and then draw the pattern in one of these areas.
  4. Each selected pattern can be drawn in the designated area by rolling the die four times more.
  5. Continue repeating these five steps until your page fills up.
  6. Color everything neatly with washable markers. Be color smart. Use light and dark colors of the same color to create a pattern. A dark background could be combined with light-colored polka dots. Or use analagous (”neighbor”) colors like orange and yellow.
  7. Last, draw the main areas and lines using a black marker.



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

My teaching and living experience is at an international school located in Brazil. Students in second grade were thrilled to have a Brazilian artist participate in their art lesson.

Romero and our Valentine’s Pop art lesson were tied together. The kids loved it, and will be giving their drawings home to their parents.


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