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High School Art

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After a decade of teaching high school art, I've recently moved to teaching middle school art. It's a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I've learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded

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The high school art class syllabus sets the tone for the year. These tips on how to create a syllabus for art will help you start off your year in the art room right.

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This high school art project is inspired by Neurographic Art, is super fun, engaging, and simple to teach. I did it as our first art lesson of the year and it really set the tone for an amazing semester. All of my students, beginner through advanced were engrossed in the drawing process and extremely satisfied with the results.

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This middle or high school art lesson is perfect for distance learning or in the classroom. When working with beginners it is important to introduce art skills slowly so that they can feel successful and focus on learning and practicing just one thing at a time. This art lesson begins by having students look at a photo reference of bones and only focus on the negative spaces. They are instructed to draw only the shapes and space between the bones.

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This middle or high school art lesson resource saves so much time for art teachers. The reference images, video demonstrations, and rubrics are simple for students to access in the classroom or from home. This art lesson helps beginner artists learn how to draw both positive and negative space in a fun easy way. This is so helpful for when students are absent or miss a class.

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After nearly a decade of teaching secondary students, I've had a lot of time to test out a variety of 2d art projects. Let's face it: as teachers, sometimes we plan and plan and plan. We are so excited to deliver the project, and then... it flops. Students are uninterested and the final products aren't

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