Valentine's Day art inspired by Koala Bears! Students will create a Koala mixed media art piece for Valentine’s Day that uses paint, wax crayon, and paper cutting and layering techniques. This is a great opportunity for students to explore a variety of art making processes and mediums while creating an artwork that features a Koala for Valentine’s day. Plan Quickly Teach Confidently, and Engage your students with this easy-to-use art tutorial.
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This product is complete with a visual and text step-by-step (each step on its own page with description), a rubric for marking, a lesson plan, a finished example, and a step-by-step handout to allow your students to create this piece successfully! #artteachersoftpt #artteacher #artlesson #artproject #elementaryart
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This Resource Includes: 33 Pages
-About this resource
-Lesson Plan -2 pages (materials, learning outcomes, goals, "Teacher Does/Student Does")
-Bulletin Board sign for displaying the completed work
-Example of Art Piece to show your students before they create!
-Koala Art step-by-step draw handout for students
-Art Piece Demonstration Step-By-Step: Description and Images -20 slides
-Rubric for art piece
-Student/Teacher Art Project Assessment that matches the rubric
-Student Project Reflection (for added assessment)
-Artist Statement template
-Pencil, eraser, black felt
-30x Step-By-Step draw handouts
-watercolor paint (optional)
-card stock or watercolor paper (x2 per student)
-pink and red paper (scrap preferable)
-paint brush and water
How To Prep:
-Either project the step-by-step pages from the PDF for your students to follow, or use it as a guideline for yourself so you can demonstrate the art project to your students.
-Look over the lesson plan for the materials needed for your art project. Gather these in advance! Then there will be no panic during the lesson.
-Photocopy any necessary student handouts such as step-by-steps or rubrics. These will be needed during your art lesson and are very helpful for students.
How to Use:
-Look over the lesson plan to see what to do and what materials are needed.
-Look over the visual and text step-by-steps to see how to make the piece and possibly you may want to make a sample yourself so you have no problems helping your students later.
-Print off the included Poster Sample for your students in color to show them what they’re making prior to the lesson (it’s your hook!)
-Show the PDF over your digital projector, under a document camera (best if you have it printed in color) or use as information for yourself as you demonstrate the art lesson to your class.
-All steps include both a visual and text description to make teaching this or showing this directly to your students and easy process and will eliminate any confusion!