The Koch Snowflake is an example of a self-repeating shape known as a fractal. Students will learn to create their own as well as extend this idea into other shapes, leading to interesting math-based art.
Teach students to draw, and then build on, natural curves using the style of artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Terri Eicholz explains how she builds empathy in her students using the story of the Faberge Eggs.
Take your students' drawings to the next level and introduce perspective drawing with two vanishing points. With just a straight-edge, you'll be amazed at the realism your kids can create.
Cindy Phan shares her method of introducing watercolor to students using a mosaic technique.
Teach your students to be young M.C. Eschers as they learn to build art based on tessellating shapes!
Let's give our students an art history lesson while teaching them how to enhance their drawings using one point perspective.
Teach students to create typographical self-portraits using poetry in the place of lines.
This simple, inexpensive art technique will enrich students' lives by exposing them to great art and artists.
Students will sketch free-hand self portraits as you expose them to the skill of thinking like an artist.
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