This little dragon has a special present for you! What might be in the box he is carrying? Bring this dragon to life by applying different coloring techniques. Choose the color that you like the best. To make the best out of your drawing, use our GRIP Watercolor EcoPencils.
Creativity for Life / Lesson Plan
An art lesson for kids connecting science and creativity! Kids will make the connection between science and creativity as they create exciting abstract art inspired by avant-garde artist Kusama’s My Eternal Soul Series.
A watercolor painting technique that's one of a kind! Students learn about the life of the famous artist Helen Frankenthaler, and create a set of note cards using her “soak-stain” painting method.
A mixed media art lesson for kids celebrating the art of Marc Chagall. In this lesson plan, students will learn some exciting and effective art techniques with a variety of materials to create a very unique piece of art– a portrayal of themselves, including images of meaningful things in their life, all inspired by Marc Chagall of course.
A sketching tutorial to capture the details! In this lesson plan, we combine the unique qualities of two types of pencils: Goldfaber Color Pencils offer the artist a large degree of control and ability to capture fine detail. Goldfaber Graphite Pencils offer contrast, texture, and a pleasing aesthetic.
A Lesson plan to teach students all about birds while creating a very unique mixed-media collage. Perfect for grades 3rd - 6th.
DIY Art at Home: Fostering a creative foundation in your child with art. Imagine, create, experiment and discover! Art is where children learn to express ideas and feelings, solve problems, and develop self-confidence and self-discipline. You can nurture and develop an interest and passion for creative thinking in your own children right from your own home. All you need is some basic art supplies, time, and a kitchen table.
A Flowering Lesson Plan using Goldfaber Aqua Watercolor Pencils. In this lesson plan, we combine the unique qualities of three mediums: Connector Paints, Goldfaber Aqua Watercolor Pencils, and Faber-Castell Graphite Pencils. These mediums combined, work together producing an inspiring result and are so very enjoyable to use.
A kindergarten lesson plan for Black History Month. With this lesson plan, students can learn about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and make their own special crown expressing his virtues.
This Paper Plate Pumpkin Pie craft is the perfect activity and decoration for your Thanksgiving feast! Season’s Eatings… I mean Greetings! But seriously, what’s better than this time of year full of family, food, and food-themed crafts.
Christmas crafts for kids are the perfect way to get them in the holiday spirit! Add a little extra Christmas cheer to your gifts or Christmas decorations this holiday season with these cute fingerprint ornaments crafts.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, it’s not Christmas – YET! But it is Halloween and it is the most decorated holiday in our house. These creepy crawly paper plate spiders are the perfect addition to the freight fest in your home!
While picking out pumpkins, buying treats, and setting up decorations, consider promoting allergy inclusion by turning teal this fall. The Teal Pumpkin Project promotes Halloween inclusion for trick-or-treaters with food allergies or other conditions. Here we have eight ideas to make sure everyone can enjoy a fun and safe Halloween.
Back to school is a bittersweet time- the end of summer but the start of a new school year. Pick yourself up by making this “Tie-Dye” style notebook. What makes it great is that you don’t really need tie-dyeing supplies- and we avoid the mess by using tissue paper and shelf liner!
In this self-portrait art lesson, students celebrate diversity and self expression by creating an art collage inspired by the book The Skin You Live In, by Michael Tyler.
I love Halloween- it’s a chance to get silly AND spooky! With these spider bookmarks, you can hold your place AND make a craft that is sure to be a hit. It’s perfect for our friends with food allergies who might not get to enjoy trick-or-treating.
Scarecrow is an enchanting and beautifully illustrated picture book about the beauty of leading a simple life and being appreciative and content. It is about a kind and gentle scarecrow who finds good things in his world; the friendship of the birds and animals, along with the joy and happiness of the seasons. In this lesson plan, students explore use of texture by putting together a mixed-media collage using paint, paper, fabric and buttons.
Ghosts, Goblins, and Ghouls! OH MY! Halloween is a BIG deal in our house. We go all out with costumes, parties, treats, and decorations! These painted rock faces are the perfect front porch pumpkin companion or non-candy treat for your little tricksters.
This lesson is offered in the spirit of Halloween fun! Halloween Art Lesson Objective: Students become acquainted with Hundertwasser’s art and architecture, then create a Hundertwasser-inspired haunted house in the spirit of Halloween.
An elementary school art lesson plan for K-4th grade. This lesson plans is perfect for celebrating International Dot Day. Art teachers and educators can teach students creativity, courage & collaboration with Kandinsky inspired artwork.