These five free color wheel coloring pages are a fun way to reinforce the colors of the color wheel with your students.
For kids learning the formal elements of art is kind of like learning their ABC’s. The elements are simple little ideas, pieces that work together to make something bigger. Teaching the elements of art for kids doesn’t need to be intimidating.
The element of line is one of the seven elements of art, the building blocks of everything art-y. Can you draw a line? Good, then you’re ready for this free printable book!
Let’s explore how to mix colors to make new colors, the relationships between colors, and even the idea that color can induce an emotional response. These color mixing charts are an easy way to introduce lots of color concepts in an easy, hands on way.
Nothing can replace going to an art museum and seeing great works of art in person. When that’s not an option try these museums that offer the best art websites for kids. They offer interactive fun designed to expose and engage your kiddo with the art in their collection.
The Day of the Dead is a colorful Mexican celebration that honors the loved ones that have died. It’s a fun way for kids to learn about holidays around the world and an important part of Mexico’s culture!
These sketchbook prompts each borrow a bit from a famous artwork. The rest is up to the imagination of your young artist!
Teaching the concept of creating space in an artwork through the use of foreground, middleground, and background while working on a flat piece of paper can be tricky to say the least. Use this free fold up printable to help your students envision exactly how these elements of landscape stack up!
These growth mindset resources for the classroom are an easy way to create done for you displays and inspire a growth mindset in your students.