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In this lesson, students will be able to create a cute sloth in a tree with watercolor paint. I will be discussing the elements of art as we paint and teach basic watercolor techniques, hints, and tricks. I will first do a directed drawing of the sloth while students follow along and then we will be painting our sloth. There is so much flexibility with this lesson and learners can get as creative as they would like! Each student learns at their own pace and I do everything that I can to make...
Students will improve their understanding of the watercolor painting technique. They will also improve their understanding of the elements of art, specifically texture, value, and color.
Students will need watercolor paper (or some type of thick paper), watercolor paint, a paintbrush, pencil, eraser, a crayon or sharpie, and a water dish.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Current English and Reading teacher, former Art and Elementary School Teacher.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
74 total reviews
136 completed classes
Hi! My name is Jana Beckstead and I have been teaching for 21 years. I started my career teaching 3rd grade for 2 years and then moved on to teach 2nd grade for 5 years. Following that, I taught Kindergarten (5 years), 4th grade (5 years), and...