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Students will be taught how to draw and paint a unicorn using acrylic paints. Topics will include tricks to make drawing easier as well as creating light and shadow in a painting. The class will be structured in a step-by-step manner. It will be taught using a real-time demonstration. The teaching style will be informal and laid back. Students will be encouraged to talk and share ideas with others during the class as this often promotes creativity in others. There is no prior knowledge needed...
Students will learn how to draw and paint a unicorn from a blank canvas.
I have taught art to students of many different ages during a 30-year teaching career. This includes painting using acrylic paints.
There will be no homework assigned to this lesson.
Canvas or card stock Pencil Eraser Acrylic paints of the learner's choice, think unicorn colors- The student will want 7 or 8 colors more than likely. Cup with water Paintbrushes in several sizes Paper towel An old egg carton or paper plate
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The learner's progress will be assessed utilizing informal assessment throughout the lesson.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may need assistance with paint. Acrylic paints do not come out of clothing or other materials when it gets on them. A smock or older clothing may be desirable.
No sources outside of the class will be utilized for this lesson.
Mrs. Maria M.Ed.
Learning Should Create Curiosity, Creativity, Imagination, and a Love of Learning
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
145 total reviews
244 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...