Who are Artists and Illustrators?
Students study artists and their styles. They create a Kidspiration web as they discuss art work looking at shapes, texture and color. They list other things that they would like to explore artists.
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Who are Artists and Illustrators
Young scholars examine works of art. In this artists and illustrators lesson, students list what they already know using the software program Kidspiration. Young scholars view several works of art and discuss the artistic elements the...
K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts