Modern Masters for Kinder-2nd grade introduces young children to the modern masters with easy to prep and easy to do art lessons. Children learn about Henri Matisse and his fauve painting “The Goldfish”, Paul Klee’s “Cat and Bird” and Claude Monet’s “Waterlilies”. Each lesson is designed so that every child of any ability can master the art techniques demonstrated.
This packet is great for grade levels: K-2
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This 22-page booklet features three complete lessons and is perfect for ages 5-8. The booklet includes:
- 22 pages of photo-tutorials and teacher tips
- An introduction to the artist and his paintings
- 3 handouts: How to draw a lily pad, how to draw Matisse’s “Goldfish” and how to draw Klee’s “Cat and Bird”.
- Literature tie-in suggestions
- Student galleries
- Art Supply lists
Time requirement: Each lesson requires three, 40-minute art sessions
About the Video Option:
I am pleased to offer you a view into how I teach my painting and drawing techniques. These videos are designed to offer visual tips and new ideas on teaching children art.
The video links are embedded into the PDF document. Simply click on the URL and you will be directed to a private video page that will require a password. Enter the password as indicated on the PDF and you can watch three video tutorials of the lessons. It’s that easy! The 10-minute videos are recorded in high definition and will require a few minutes to load. Please be patient. Also, if you use Internet Explorer, it is best to switch to either Google Chrome or Safari to view the videos.
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I like to print out my lesson plans and place in a lesson plan book, but if you are watchful of your ink supply, you may just want to print just the handouts. I’ve designed them in black and white so you can photocopy them easily and cheaply.