"A Faithful Attempt" is designed to showcase a variety of K-12 art lessons, the work of my art students, as well as other art-related topics. Projects shown are my take on other art teacher's lessons, lessons found in books or else designed by myself.
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Friday, September 28, 2018

Rainbow Words of Gratitude

I love this project for the beginning of the year- it's a fairly straightforward project which gives wonderfully colorful results. You can also get a good idea of each students level if you have new students. I call these "Rainbow Words of Gratitude" but you could change the theme of the words to anything you want. Students' names, favourite subjects, etc. You could also teach colour theory with this lesson- having students choose warm or cool colours, analagous colours or complementary colours. So many possibilities.

I found the lesson on the Incredible Art Department website HERE and modified it a tad.

Students in Grades 4 - 6 had to think of something they were grateful for in their lives. They folded a sheet of 8.5 x 14" (legal sized photocopy paper) paper in half horizontally. They printed the word nice and large on the paper then outlined it using a black marker. Do this step nice and bold.  

Then they chose colours they wanted to use around the word. 
Trace around each letter with one colour, then move on to the next colour 
until there is no white space left.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Dragon Drawings

I was shopping at Michaels one day, browsing the book section, and came across this cool book: THE ART OF DRAWING DRAGONS, by Michael Dobrzycki. What I like about this book is not only the step-by-step instructions, but how it features dragons and other mythological creatures from around the world, including those originating in Egyptian, Irish, Norse, and Greek mythology. 

I photocopied a bunch of pages and leave them in a folder for my students to use when they 
have free time (early finishers!!)  These are some finished ones by my Grades 4 - 6 students:

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