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These painting worksheets were so easy to use and the students totally enjoyed how color theory was broken down so easily. I even sharpened my own knowledge with this lesson. My students constantly refer to their value scales and worksheets as they work on other painting assignments. I will use these over and over each year to introduce painting. They really helped me get my students to feel confident creating value in paint before we began our painting unit.
I've been doing self portraits with students for many years and this was by far the most successful year I've ever had. Each step was broken down so clearly and students felt successful from the beginning.
Wonderful for teaching shading, values and self-assessment to junior high students. They became engrossed in the technical activity and the self-assessment tool. I will be using this resource annually with Grade 7 students and new-to-art students at the senior high level. This is my first resource purchased from Inside out ART; I will certainly be looking at their other resources. Thank you Inside out ART & TPT!
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This line drawing worksheet is perfect for emergency sub plans, as a one day art activity, or as an early finisher assignment.