Cartoon Creature Art: Drawing, Coloring, and Socialization
In this ongoing class, we will draw and color a different creature based on the learners' creativity using elements of art each week while socializing.
Mrs. Maria, M.Ed.
173 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 5 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
45 minutes per class
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Would you rather draw and color a picture or play a game? In this class, you can do both. You will learn about some drawing techniques while we socialize. Each learner should choose their own colors. While there will be a demonstration, creativity is encouraged. Get your reactions and questions ready in case a game of Would You Rather breaks out. Topics will include what makes drawing as well as using lines to create shape and texture. The class will be structured in the following...
Students will learn to draw and color different creature drawings during each class by using various elements of art. Students will have input into what the creature of the day will look like for each class. The students will be encouraged to be creative and add their creative touches to the creatures as well. The lessons will not build on each other. -The topics of conversation as well as the shapes utilized to create the creatures will be learner-directed. The lessons will not build upon each other as each week, we will create a different creature.
I have taught in brick-and-mortar schools for 30 years. During this time, I have taught all academic areas as well as art and STEAM classes for grades K-5. I am a certified Special Education Teacher, Regular Education Teacher, and Media Specialist (School Librarian).
No homework will be assigned, however, the learners may wish to add more details to their creations after class has ended.
Each week the learners will need the following: Paper Pencil Eraser Crayons, markers, or colored pencils- learner preference should be used Creativity Smile
The learners' progress will be assessed informally throughout each class. The class will end with a virtual art gallery in which the learners will be encouraged to show off their creations.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will guide some of the discussions.
There will be no outside sources utilized for this class.
Mrs. Maria, M.Ed.
Create Curiosity, Creativity, Imagination, and a Love of Learning
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
173 total reviews
299 completed classes
Hi, and welcome to my little piece of the world. I am a retired teacher that is still passionate about working with children. I love to teach Art (both drawing and painting), STEM, Geography, Social Skills, and Language Arts to children because...