It can be used as a homeschool, 3rd-6th grade.
Most commonly used for 5th through 6th grades.
Includes PDF and 88 pages
Your students should be excited about learning Art historyYou can create Pop Art-inspired artworks. Children will enjoy creating Pop Art inspired artworks by creating Dog, Cat, Butterfly and Owl while having fun with a roll-a-dice. Get ready to fill your booty art sub planThis folder contains no-prep and fuss-free artwork projects. They are also easy to use for substitute teachers. It is great for Art Integration in the Regular Classroom, Homeschooling Parents supplementing Art Instruction, or Art Teachers looking to add a little fun to their Pop Art Lessons with a Game.
QUALITY ART LEARNING
Every game board is digitally designed, so it prints sharp and clear. This contrasts with hand-drawn resource which can’t withstand re-printing. 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. Students will find it much easier to follow each step of an art game’s process if they have clear and detailed photos.
- 4 PDFs Non-Editable Romero Britto Art Games
- Four PowerPoint presentations that are not 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 aligned to Studio Habits of Mind: “I Can”
- Try drawing pages
- Coloring pages
- Google Drive Paperless digital resource for students, also for Google Classroom, Schoology and Canvas (also for Microsoft OneDrive, Teams and everywhere else you can link to a file…link at the bottom of each page)
- Digital Spinner Wheels with Google Slides (links at bottom of page)
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Created by Amie Bentley, © Glitter Meets Glue Designs, LLC
These were some of the activities that students enjoyed during their enrichment rotations.
This resource was invaluable for my distance education with over 700 elementary students in art. Many of them were able create amazing projects. This helped during the difficult time of distance education.