Sunday, March 12, 2017

ANNOUNCING: Let's Learn About Artists Series

I am so excited about being able to offer a new series of arts education resources through my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

The Let's Learn About Artists Series

  • is beautifully designed
  • is downloadable as a pdf
  • features images and factual information
  • includes tidbits for the teacher's background knowledge 
  • is ideal for 5-10 minute mini-lessons about renowned visual artists
  • is great for introducing an artist for an arts-integrated lesson in the regular classroom
  • is inexpensive
  • can be used repeatedly
  • can be copied for small groups
  • works great on the smart board for whole group presenting
I'm using these in my own classroom! So, you know they are high quality. You can be assured of the quality of these resources because I have high standards for my classroom! Y'all know me! 😉



To introduce the series, I am making the very first one available for FREE!  It is about Friedensreich Hundertwasser. You may have never heard of him, but he is fantastic! The kids always love his work. He is the architect of these really fantastical, creative buildings that look like real-life Dr. Seuss buildings. His paintings are beautiful works of interesting lines and bold colors.


Hundertwasser's work is copyrighted. So, I am making this available for educational purposes and for free with Fair Use. 

If you'd like to try out this free resource, you can download it in the TpT store. If you are an art teacher, you might consider having the students design their own building. Math teachers could do the same AND have the students determine the dimensions for the building. ELA teachers could use the resource as a journal writing prompt or for an exercise with vivid language.

Now, while I'm talking about my TpT store, I guess I could maybe sort of kinda real sweet like ask you to click that nifty little FOLLOW button at the top of the store page. This would really kinda sorta make my day!😌

I've put my heart into these. I hope they help you in your classrooms. Let me know if you need anything. As always, keep in touch and have a lovely week!



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