Free Activities, Lessons, and Printables About Art
This week we’re celebrating art! We’ve got free art lessons, notebooking pages, lesson plans, art history, and even sensory recipes related to art! We also have a few freebies related to other topics, so be sure to take a look to see what works for you.
This set of freebies is part of a new series we will be featuring weekly, Freebie Friday. Each week we will focus on a new theme. Watch for articles, both from our team and guest writers, as well as some of our social media posts to focus on this new weekly theme. We will share several freebies each week related to the topic, but there will always be several that are just of interest to homeschoolers and don’t necessarily relate to that week’s topic. So even if the theme is not of interest, be sure to come looking for the Freebie Friday post to get the other freebies as well. NOTE: The freebies will only be free for the week after publication, so be sure to grab them while you can. And please help us get the word out about this new series by sharing with your homeschool friends as well!
Free Activities, Lessons, and Printables About Art:
|Art Lesson: The Owl From Bali
Use a wood carving from Bali as inspiration to draw an owl. Then use warm and cool colors of oil pastels to finish your design. Originally $4.00.
|Color Harmonies Workbook
Use this 6 Page Color Harmonies Workbook to teach students about the four different Color Harmonies. Includes vocabulary and application pages.
|5 Great Ancient Civilizations: Art & Architecture (Activities & Free Printables)
This is a set of 3-part card printables with art and architecture of 5 great civiliations (Rome, Greece, Native America, Egypt and China).
|Artist Notebook Pages
10 Page Artist Notebooking Pack. These pages can be used for ntoebooking on multiple master artists offering a variety of types of pages to add to your notebook. Minimal color for easy but attractive printing.
|Exploring the Elements of Art
Accompanies a collage lesson on Norma Rockwell but cold also be used independently, if desired. 10 page digital PDF download for lesson on the elements for preschool to 8th grade.
|Interactive Flipbook About Leonardo da Vinci
Learn about “Father of the Renaissance” Leonardo da Vinci, with this fun interactive flipbook project. Includes free printable.
|Integrating Art Across the Curriculum
Five Art lessons that integrate with Math, Science, Social Studies, and/or Language Arts, plus information and suggestions about integrating Art across the curriculum. Bundle includes an artist biography (Kandinsky) plus student worksheet, and an art analysis worksheet. Suitable for grades K-5.
|Famous Artists & Masterpieces
Research and record facts about famous artists and their masterpieces with this miniature notebooking kit. Designed to fit in a 4×6 photo album, these printable cards make notebooking easy.
|Printable Art and Sensory Recipes
14 recipes for things like paint, play dough, sensory sand, and more!
|Art History -Elementary Students
This Art History packet is the perfect complement to teaching about specific artists or art time periods. Included are forms for students to record notes from books, online sources, or video clips. After taking notes, students draw or paint their own picture in the style of the selected artist or time period.
|Look Around! Subtraction Game
Look Around! Subtraction is a fast moving card game which reviews subtraction facts from 20.
A no-prep, laughter-inducing activity perfect for either introducing or reviewing parts of speech, with a winter theme!
|Sled Dogs Nonfiction Article, Questions, & Writing Prompt
This fun pack helps students learn about the special adaptations dogs need to be sled dogs. Includes article, questions, and two writing prompts.
|Polar Animals – True or False?
Review important concepts about polar animals with this fun Polar Animals True or False? activity. Learners will cut out the ten statements and glue them into the correct column.
|Cause & Effect U-Know Game
This game is a fun way to practice cause and effect relationships with students in grades 3-6. Kids will be begging to practice their cause and effect with this game! Please note: this game is free until January 31st and then will be a paid product.
|Winter Snowball Sight Word Centers
This FREE winter sight word game includes 40 pre-primer Dolch sight words and 52 primer Doch sight words that you can use to play the game “BLIZZARD”, write the room, or create your own fun center!
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