Art curriculum

Discover a variety of creative and engaging art curriculum ideas to inspire your students. Explore different techniques, mediums, and projects that will ignite their passion for art.
New on the blog, tips on creating middle school art curriculum. It's all about engagement, building confidence, and scaffolding techniques. Similar to elementary, I like to use the elements of art and principles of design as the backbone of my middle school curriculum. Art Curriculum Map, High School Art Room, Middle School Curriculum, Middle School Projects, The Elements Of Art, Intro To Art, Art Handouts, Middle School Activities, Middle School Lesson Plans

New on the blog, tips on creating middle school art curriculum. It's all about engagement, building confidence, and scaffolding techniques. Similar to elementary, I like to use the elements of art and principles of design as the backbone of my middle school curriculum.

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Whitney Panetta
Ms. Curry's Art Room : Chelmsford Visual Arts Curriculum Art Curriculum Map, Art Curriculum Elementary, Art Curriculum Planning, Art Syllabus, Curriculum Template, Homeschool Art Curriculum, Art Rubric, Visual Art Lessons, Middle School Lesson Plans

Here is the Elementary Art Curriculum Map that all K-4 art teachers in Chelmsford follow. You can click on the picture for an enlarged view National Visual Art Standards BY grade 4 1.1 Use a variety of materials and media, for example, crayons, chalk, paint, clay, various kinds of papers, textiles, and yarns, and understand how to use them to produce different visual effects 1.2 Create artwork in a variety of two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) media, for example: 2D – drawing…

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Jeanne Menard
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Welcome to the How-To Guide for First Year Art Teachers where I give you my 10 Steps for Success! Congratulations! You got your own classroom. OH MY GOSH, you have your own classroom. Your mind and stomach start racing, both with extreme excitement and panic because now, it all just got real. You will have a lot of students, a lot of planning, and a lot of classroom to keep organized. Figuring out where to even start is a huge stress and will require a tea (or a beer) and a nap (probably…

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Yuliana Pompa