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Author: Dennas Davis

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OVERVIEW An underpainting in bright orange helps students create an easy portrait using acrylics, and their newly learned skin tones from their color journals. Grades 3 – 5 Week of April 3 – 7 1 Hour & 45 Minutes, or two 52-minute sessions STANDARDS For This Lesson Standard_One Text_here Standard_Two Text_here Standard_Three Text_here LEARNING TARGETS Each Step in the Lesson Plan shows the Learning Targets for that part of the lesson. They are also listed below in the Summary. SUBMIT YOUR SUMMARY Copy and paste the text below to send your abbreviated lesson plan with national standards and learning targets to your supervisors and colleagues. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Lesson_Overview_here Lesson_Dates_here Lesson_Standards_here Lesson_Steps_with_Learning_Targets_here – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Tap the Plus Icon (above right) to open STANDARDS information Student Work SCROLL & TEACH LESSON PLAN Don’t worry about rewriting anything. Just spend a few minutes reading the lesson plan and printing out your PDFs. Then check out the READY, SET, GO! section and print your prep-page, which includes checklists and an “at a glance” outline of the lesson so you can stay on track when you’re teaching. Set out the materials from the list on your prep page and you’re ready. That’s all you need to...

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38. Seven Steps – Foundations A

May 22 – 26 • Overview: Students have a day of Artists’ Choice, but learn the 7 steps to making art in doing so. A structured approach to creativity allows for freedom of expression and choice of subject without floundering through a lot of false starts and frustration.

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Never rewrite a lesson plan again. Read ours once, print your PDFs, and use our easy SCROLL & TEACH lesson plan right on your phone (or other device).

We’ve even included a SUBMIT YOUR SUMMARY text. Just copy & paste and you can send to your principal. It’s an abbreviated lesson plan, with standards and learning targets.


Look for the READY, SET, GO! section at the bottom of each page. There’s background info, lists, and a printable Prep Page so you don’t have to write down a thing.