Collection by Steve DeFino

Steve DeFino
von Häusern von Value - sketch book warm-up for value lesson and tie in with lines. Value - sketch book warm-up for value lesson and tie in with lines. High School Art, Middle School Art, Arte Elemental, Art Handouts, Value In Art, 6th Grade Art, Art Worksheets, School Art Projects, Art Education Projects

Autobiographical Comic Strips

Students in the 5th- 8th grades have been working on autobiographical comic strips over the past month or so. We began by looking at the wo...

Art Education Free Printable - "We Study Math but no on expects us to become Mathematicians .Why Then are expected to become artists when we study art?" good thought. Classroom Posters, Art Classroom, Middle School Art, Art School, Art Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Art Sayings, Motivational Quotes, Art Room Posters

Art Education Printable

In this day and age, there's always something new to talk about, so you may be surprised to find that I'm still talking about last week's Art Summit. It was awesome! Still impressed by the gathering...

Illustration: “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.” Credit: National Archives’ Pictures of the Revolutionary War — Beginnings in New England, Wikimedia Commons. Bloody News: Battles of Lexington & Concord Begin April 1775 History For Kids, Us History, American History, American War, History Class, History Education, History Memes, Teaching History, History Photos

Lesson Plan: Rewriting History

In this engaging lesson, students write a news story about widely believed inaccuracies within the stories of American historical figures.

Discover Death for the Idea by abstract artist, Paul Klee. Framed and unframed Paul Klee prints, posters and stretched canvases. Paul Klee Art, Ecole Art, Arte Popular, Needlepoint Canvases, Needlepoint Patterns, Art Plastique, Color Theory, Teaching Art, Elementary Art

Color theory inspired by Paul Klee

Exercises on warm and cool colours, complementary colours or primary and secodary colours inspired by Paul Klee’s works of art. Here we...