In Art class, 3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange,
Is your art class learning about different types of line and shape? Use this as review or to introduce different types of line. This could also make a great sub lesson.Relate this lesson to various artists that you may be talking about. Such as Paul Klee or Wassily Kandinsky.There are 25 game boards that are each a little different from each other.Print off one extra game board and cut the game pieces out.
This art video lesson by Brooks Gallery, the students will learn the 5 different types of lines and primary colors. They will make a beautiful line drawing using black marker and coloring dark with primary colors. You will be amazed how wonderful this simple project will come out.
February is Dental Health Awareness Month. Celebrate during February and meet the needs of all of your students with this set of 2 differentiated sequencing craftivities. What do I get?- 2 options for the craftivities (as shown on the cover page, or make a mini booklet with the cover page included).- There are 7 different page options for your students: Clip art pictures to sequence, draw a picture instead of writing, different types of lines for students who can write, and a mix of lines…
This is a handy handout and/or poster showing different types of lines that we make in art! Great for elementary classrooms. This worksheet shows examples of the following lines: straight, horizontal, diagonal, vertical, curvy, zig-zag, wavy, curly, spiral, dotted, thick, thin, bumpy, hatched & cross hatched.