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At Blick, we love those "light bulb" moments when an idea inspires and the creative juices start to flow.

Geared for a wide variety of age and skill levels, we offer hundreds of Lesson Plans designed to meet the National Standards for Visual Art Education and bring the value of creativity to any teaching experience.

All original. All free. Help yourself!

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Letters + Numbers = ART
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Quick Button Art

Button art is an inexpensive, creative project that's easy to do with a group, and produces great results.

K – 12

Rain Sticks

Students construct a 3-dimensional form and fill it with rice to make gentle, percussive sounds.

K – 8

Recycled Pots

These plastic bottle pots are very handsome and perfectly shaped for decorating. Looking at them it is impossible to tell they are not made of clay.

5 – 8

Relief Drawing

This project is about drawing a realistic representation in order to practice your observation skills.

9 – 12

Repetitive Patterns

Use two pieces of construction paper, scissors, and glue to explore pattern and repetition.

3 – 8

Robot Shoes

This project gives new life to second-hand shoes by turning them into "Robots," sculptural assemblages created with metallic paint, wire and found objects.

K – 8

Rubbings from Relief Sculpture

The rubbings in this lesson plan are made with images foound in cemeteries, embellished with patterns from texture plates. Plan the art activity as a field trip or as homework with parental guidance.

K – 6

Sarcophagus

Through building a clay box sarcophagus, students develop skills to transfer historical objects into an art form, and discover the application of basic slab formation to a specific form.

5 – 8

Paper Relief Sculpture

Students will learn to construct a relief sculpture using the elements and principles of art and paper construction techniques.

9 – 12

Paper Sampler

Alphabet samplers were popular during the 19th century and were embroidered on linen or canvas. This lesson plan celebrates the unique qualities of paper available for artists with a version of the sampler made with paper and art techniques.

5 – 8

Paper Weaving

A simple lesson to explore the basic concepts of weaving.

3 – 8

Pastel Glue Pictures

Students learn a nontraditional art process with this project.

K – 12

Personal Flags

Personal flags are expressions of a student's own life in symbols and serve as a link between the student and his or her environment.

K – 6

Peter Max-Style Ties

Introduce students to Pop-Art while creating fun, colorful ties.

K – 12

Pixel Drawings

Students create computer mosaic drawings with magazine illustrations, or photos emphasizing changing shades and tones using the total image or a section of it.

7 – 12

Pop Art Monoprints

This Lichtenstein-inspired lesson looks at pop culture imagery today and describes it in comic book-style prints using slow-drying waterbased Akua Kolor inks.

7 – 12

Pop Charts

This page offers a few suggestions for creative art projects that support mathematical instruction on chart and graph reading.

3 – 8

Positive & Negative Space

Minimal resources, great results! This lesson promotes an awareness of shape and space.

K – 8

Preserving Flowers and Other Organics in Acrylic

Recycle garden trimmings by preserving them in acrylic and creating artwork collages with acrylic mediums and paint.

K – 12

Character Nichos

Students learn to make small, decorated boxes called "Nichos," a means in Mexican and South American cultures to provide a stage-like setting for an object or collection of objects that have great significance.

5 – 8

Kente Cloth

Kente is the name for the beautifully colored, traditional woven fabric of West Africa. Like most African art forms, Kente expresses more than just visual appeal — it represents history, status, religion and social values.

2 – 5

Koi Pond

This interactive torn-paper collage creates pockets for watercolor fish to swim in and may be linked to the study of pond life (science) and Japanese culture.

2 – 5

Labyrinths

Found in art and architecture around the world, labyrinths are associated with metaphor, mystery and mythology. Incorporating various materials, students create their own labyrinths that may also be used as a simple game.

K – 12

Lazertran Band T-Shirts

This lesson plan recognizes the correlation between the two art forms as students create a band T-shirt using visual descriptions of particular music styles.

9 – 12

Lazertran Polymer Portraits

Incorporating New Media with traditional art, this process challenges students to use digital images to create a mask or 3-dimensional portrait.

9 – 12

Lazertran Silk Scarf

Students learn the basics of silk screening.

9 – 12

Letters + Numbers = ART

A painted book in the style of Robert Indiana. This lesson plan challenges students to choose eight ideas that can be stated with one simple word, then assemble them into a painted book.

5 – 12

Light-Capturing Cut Paper Designs

This project combines creating designs and then altering them through the use of light.

9 – 12

Manga & Me

Gives students just starting in cartooning an opportunity to study Manga.

5 – 8

Mardi-Gras Mask

Create unique and dazzling masks with an exciting Mardi Gras sparkle!

5 – 12

Masking Tape Masterpieces

This simple lesson plan encourages students to create patterns by overlapping and defining lines on a canvas panel, and add dimension by incorporating more canvases or objects.

K – 12

Melted Crayon Clay Ornaments

This easy, kid-friendly project creates ornaments that sparkle and shine using Crayola Crayons and Sculpey III oven-bake polymer clay.

K – 6

Melted Paintings

Part Salvidor Dali and part "Shrinky Dinks," this project compels students to reach beyond a traditional, flat painting and feeds their natural hunger for artistic experimentation.

7 – 12

Metal Foil Drawings

The experience of drawing on a lightweight foil is a wonderful exercise for young children and children with special needs.

K – 6

Mini Wall Pockets

Early experiment with construction of slab clay techniques. An excellent introduction to the use of materials in a responsible manner.

K – 4

Minimal Animals

Similar to the Positive and Negative Space activity, this lesson will let the children's imaginations run wild.

5 – 8

Minimalist Sculpture

In order to understand Minimal Art, students must recognize what is absent. These painted chipboard constructions are abstract with a minimum amount of color, value, shape and texture.

5 – 12

Molded Clay Faces

The expressive qualities of clay are perfect for creating many different types of face masks, from Mardi Gras glitter to Japanese Kabuki to African ceremonial masks.

K – 8

Mosaic Tiles

A very easy mosaic project that is enjoyable for all ages. Even very young children will enjoy pressing objects into the moist clay.

K – 4

Mythical Beasts

Students create a character — half human, half animal — write a story and build a paper maché sculpture of their creation.

5 – 12

Native American Burlap Weaving

Students will learn about Native American craft art, basketry, rugs, clothes. These crafts were decorative as well as utilitarian, made for everyday use and also for ceremonial use. Students will also learn the use of symmetrical designs in Native American art.

3 – 6

Native American Medicine Shields

Teach students about the unique symbolism of Native American culture while they learn valuable design and drawing skills.

K – 4

Nature Print Silk Suncatchers

This project is a great way to teach color mixing and will easily link with social studies disciplines following Asian cultures (Japanese and Chinese silk painting) and also with science, as botanical studies.

3 – 8

Navajo Sand Painting

This lesson plan will help students relate to and understand a Native American Culture as well as helping them learn geographical directions.

3 – 8

Fingerprint Beads

Certain people influence our lives in such a way that they leave "fingerprints" behind. These simple beads make great friendship bracelets.

5 – 8

Hand-Colored History

Students will easily connect with historical studies of their own community or family history.

5 – 12

Handmade Books

Children will create their own journals, sketchbooks, or scrapbooks with this project.

K – 12

Heavy Metal Journals

Students learn an easy and economical form of metal working.

8 – 12

How Grandmother Spider Stole the Sun

Students will be introduced to a Native American story, "How Grandmother Spider Stol the Sun", told by Joseph Brucha. They will use this to create a work of art out of clay and other materials, rather than paint and paper.

K – 4

Huichol Yarn Painting

Students learn to apply yarn painting techniques in combining their ideas and their art.

K – 8

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