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Students will learn how to make a clown drawing with pastel, paint or markers.Objectives:
Students will gain experience in handling a brush and paint.
By repeating simple shapes, students will create pattern.
Students will demonstrate awareness of emotion by creating "sad" and "happy" faces.
As each student completed coloring their clown, they brought the picture up to my desk to apply glue lines. I then sprinkled colored glitter on the glue. Make sure that the students sign their name with a black marker on the white areas of the clown.Recommended Books/Products:
The Many Faces of the Face
by Brigitte Baumbusch, George Rodrigue
A whole new concept in children's book publishing, The Art for Children series helps kids discover the world of visual art in a fun, intuitive manner. Using a wealth of images from around the globe and across the centuries, these eye-catching, attention-grabbing books encourage children to appreciate art in a way that is natural and absorbing.
I Can Draw Faces
by Gill Speirs, Katherine E. Speirs, Harry J. Sievers
This bestselling series teaches young artists that by putting basic shapes together, they can create fascinating creatures of the deep and human faces of all kinds and shapes.
You Can Draw: Amazing Faces
by Kim Gamble
Diagrams, illustrations, photos, and step-by-step explanations encourage readers to draw heads and faces in this art how-to book. Best for older students.
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
by Betty Edwards
Translated into thirteen languages, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is the world's most widely used drawing-instruction guide. People from just about every walk of life--artists, students, corporate executives, architects, real estate agents, designers, engineers--have applied its revolutionary approach to problem solving.