This simple art writing activity is a great way to help younger art students read, learn and write about five outstanding African-American artists. This lesson was designed for students in grades k-12. Visit www.artforthecreativesoul.com to find more great resources!
This Resource Includes: -Lesson Plan - 5 Art History Writing Activities Featuring; * Alma Thomas * William H. Johnson * Faith Ringgold * Elizabeth Catlett * Dr. John Biggers
Inspired by the children's book, The Spider Weaver: A Legend of Kente Cloth written by Margaret Musgrove and illustrated by Julia Cairns, this lesson is a fun way to explore various mediums in art. Young artists will enjoy creating this colorful multimedia collage. Visit www,artforthecreativesoul.com to find more fun art resources.
This Art Lesson Includes: 1. Teacher Lesson Prep Tips 2. Lesson Plan with step-by-step photographs
Inspired by the zinnia paintings by renowned artist, Clementine Hunter, this art lesson is a great way to introduce young artist to basic printmaking. This art lesson includes step-by-step photos and works well with elementary students.
Great African-American Artists Coloring & Activity Book 2.0
Our latest coloring book features another group of amazing African-American visual artists. This resource is a great way to introduce students to artists such as:
Nancy Prophet Edward Mitchell Bannister Robert Scott Duncanson Vivian Schuyler Key Beauford Delaney William H, Johnson Gordon Parks Margaret Taylor-Burroughs Norman Lewis Charles Alston Varnette Honeywood Carl Owens Eugene Grigsby Allan Crite Annie Lee
Younger art students will enjoy completing this Art Tools Comparison activity. After reading text comparing markers and crayons, students in grades K-2 can color the marker or crayon for each fact that matches it.
This resource includes: -Tips for use -Primary Level Art Tools Comparison Activity (Download, print and copy as many copies as needed.)