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Lesson Plan Radial Design Mandala Lesson Plan Radial Design Mandala Lesson Plan: Radial Design Mandala Teacher: Mr. Essex Garner, Saint Joseph Catholic School, Jefferson City, MissouriCooperating Teacher: Mrs. Suzy Weber Unit: Radial Design - Drawing from life and color - math/science integration Lesson Plan: Radial Design Mandala - Colored pencil Grade Level: Middle School (6 and 9) - Adaptable to higher and lower grades by pie cemeteries. Objectives: To show the relationship of different cultural aspects in art and why many artist use and understand these relationships to in ever day artworks.
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Hundertwasser is inspiring. For many of my fifth grade students, learning about and creating their own “Hundertwasser” inspired art was the best ever lesson. Combining a lesson in warm and cool colors, patterns and lines, composition and flow, this lesson has it all. I picked up the book by Harvesting Dreams: Hundertwasser for Kids by Barbara Stieff and was absolutely thrilled. Inspiring text, interesting graphics plus Hundertwasser’s art combines to create a visually, dynamic book. The story is a creative journey into Hundertwasser’s passion for art. Hundertwasser Art Lesson Hundertwasser Art Lesson
Egyptian Art Unit Egyptian Art Unit ArtUnitEgyptian ArtGrade: 5/Art Club# of lessons: 3 Art Resources: Egyptian photographs and artifacts from trip, Art and Religion in Ancient Egypt by Leslie Kaplan, teacher products, and visual aide. Art Materials: clay, clay tools, gold and silver paint, rulers, pencils, blue/turquoise paint, watercolor paints, paintbrushes, buckets for water, pre-cut paper triangles (gold, red, and blue), glue, toothpicks, string, and scissors. Objectives- Student will:- create a series of artworks based on ancient Egypt.- use a variety of 2-d and 3-d materials.- learn about various types of sculpture.- use hieroglyphics for writing.- learn about life and art in ancient Egypt.

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August 2009
1st Grade Art with Mrs. Brown 1st Grade Art with Mrs. Brown We start by reading "Little Blue and Little Yellow". I give each student 1 ball of red, 1 yellow, and 1 blue. Then I have them break each ball into 4 evenly sized balls. So now they have 4 reds, 4 yellows and 4 blues. All together we mix 1 blue and 1 yellow.