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Using a variety of paper scraps and techniques such as curling, twisting and folding paper, students K-2 create their own faces in coloured paper.
Artists need to look carefully at what they are going to draw. Teaching students to observe details carefully is the basis of this lesson, using a small plant in a pot,designed for students K-2.
Australian painter: Arthur Streeton$0.00
In this lesson the work of Arthur Streeton is viewed and discussed. Students then create a frame and use this frame to create a drawing.
Me as my favourite animal$0.00
A lesson for K-2 students where students attach a photo of their face to an artwork of their favourite animal.
A lesson plan for students to explore Australian Curriculum K-2
ACAVAM 106: Practice drawing images and making objects related to self,
others and personal environment in different forms as they depict a landscape familiar to them.
Observation drawing of a face$0.00
A lesson on the proportions of the face. This lesson is for students K-2.
Students K-2 use a small landscape picture from a magazine as the basis for their painting. They select watercolour crayons or paints to extend the image in the magazine picture across the art paper.
Continuous line drawing$0.00
An art lesson on drawing using continuous line.
Paper bag creature$0.00
Students create an animal or creature using everyday objects for example a paper bag and coloured materials.
Textures and patterns$0.00
An art lesson based on taking a rubbing using a candle of objects in their environment. They paint a wash over the rubbing to reveal the image.
In this lesson students look at examples of Aboriginal Art and discuss characteristics. They create a mono print using shapes and lines to decorate a fish.
This art lesson for students K-2 provides instructions for making a 3D face from recycled and found materials.
This art lesson is based on cultural ceremonies that use henna as a temporary tattoo on hands and feet. Students decorate a hand print using felt tip pens. This lesson has been designed for students in years three and four.
Art Notes are a single A4 resource that provide instructions for teachers for one art lesson based on the Australian Curriculum for Visual Arts. They have been written in two categories, K-2 and years 3-6. However, all lessons could be easily adapted for any class.
Representing a seahorse$0.00
This lesson explores an Aboriginal art representation of a sea creature. Students view and discuss techniques the artist has used. Then students create their own artwork experimenting with different techniques.
The Festival of Colours – Holi$0.00
The Festival of Holi is a Hindu Festival that is also called the Festival of Colours. The festival occurs in spring to celebrate the season. The celebration involves people joyously throwing coloured dye and painting each other with paint. In 2020 this festival is celebrated on the 9th March. If this is relevant to your school community, this Art Lesson is one way to celebrate with your students. The lesson has been written for students in years 5-6.
The community art movement started in California and has taken off around the world. Looking at community art in your location is the focus of this art lesson. Students create art that could be displayed in around school or classroom.