Valentine's Day Art Lessons

Valentines-Day-Art-LessonsHere are two fail-proof 9-page art lesson plans that will add a spot of color to your winter classroom….

The Shape of My Heart

Inspired by the book, The Shape of My Heart by Mark Sperring, this 9-page art lesson plan introduces young children to shapes, watercolor techniques and positive and negative space. Full-color photo tutorials of actual student work, an alternate art lesson idea, a coloring and activity page plus student galleries included.

ONLY $3

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Value Hearts

Looking for a creative way to teach symmetry and color value? This beautiful art project teaches young children how to create a symmetrical heart and paint using tints. Full color photos show children working on the project so you know what you can expect from your students. Included is my teacher script on how I explain and teach color value to children.  Student gallery, art objectives and a supply list included.

Only $3

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To purchase through my Teachers pay Teachers store, click here.

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6 comments

  1. I love those value hearts! So pretty! (And yet not necessarily “girly.”)

  2. [...] a dream as well. I read this book to all of my 1st and 2nd graders as a starter to all of three my Valentine’s Day art lessons: Value Hearts, The Shape of My Heart and Mosaic Heart (post coming [...]

  3. Becky says:

    Wow! The Value Hearts were a hit. Thanks, Patty, for the great idea. Each heart was unique and sooooo colorful. The kids loved making them. We have had cabin fever from all the snow and cold weather and these hearts sure have brightened our classroom.

  4. Janine Lapertosa says:

    Hi Patty-
    I absolutely love this lesson-and the book. I did arty hearts with my kinders and first- they LOVEDthat project. Thanks for all you do!
    Janine

  5. Samantha says:

    These hearts were so much fun to make! I purchased this lesson as an art project for my second graders right before Valentine’s Day (we needed to jazz up our bulletin boards). I was amazed at how well they turned out. They were vibrant, colorful, and full of personality! Thanks so much! If you want to see a picture of our bulletin board full of these beautiful hearts, check out my blog! Thanks so much!

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About Patty

Welcome to DSS. I'm an art teacher to 400 elementary kids in Goleta, California. This is where you will find a library of art lessons, handy PDF lesson plans and resources to make teaching art to kids a whole lot easier.
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