Art for Stars

Neabsco Elementary ***** Mrs. Fortune

Monsters!

Welcome!

I'm so glad you found your way to my lesson page!


Welcome to my S’mores lesson page with art lessons and fun activities you can do at home. You will learn about a theme and create as many artworks as you wish!

Don’t forget to send me a picture of your creation at fortundm@pwcs.edu

. Don’t forget to check the inspiration section at the bottom with cool and different ideas for being creative with the theme of the week.

And families, you are always welcome to create art along with your student!

***Learn***

Making Monsters

This week, we will be using what we know about shapes and drawing to create a monster. You will also be using lines to create texture on your monster.

Texture is the way that something feels. You can make your monster look hairy, scaly, have bumpy skin, fluff, or look bald all by the way you use lines.


There are draw along sheets and videos to help you, or you can be totally creative on your own! Your monster can be 2-dimensional or 3 dimensional.

Great Ideas for your monster:

head- horns, antennae, 1 or more eyes, nose, beak, snout, mouth, tongue, teeth, lips, ears

body- long, short, round, thin, thick

arms and legs or tentacles, wings...

hands and feet- fingers and toes, claws, paws, crab claws,

TEXTURE- hairy, rough, furry, bald, scales, feathers, bumps


What your monster should NOT have:

Weapons, blood, or anything inappropriate

Using Lines for Visual Texture

Big picture

General Directions

All artwork can be drawn using any drawing utensil- pencil, crayon, marker - but a pencil is best to use first if you can.


Draw Large!!! Fill the space of your page, no matter the size.


Remember to DRAW LIGHTLY so you can erase if needed!!! Draw light 'til you get it right!


If you want to add color, use any medium you have at home- crayon, marker, paint, etc.

**Please use good craftsmanship when coloring! Color solidly and carefully.**


This week we are making Monsters.

Don't forget to send a picture of your artwork to Mrs. Fortune at fortundm@pwcs.edu


And most importantly, HAVE FUN!

Easy Draw-Along Pages

More Monster Drawing Ideas

Draw Along Videos

6 little monsters for your doodles - Hello Cute Doodles - Easy and Kawaii Drawings
How To Draw A Scary Cute Monster (Folding Surprise)
How to draw Cute Monster in easy steps for children, kids, beginners
How to draw a Little Monster Step by Step | Drawings Tutorials

More Monster Inspiration!

Monster Book Read-Alouds!

Glad Monster Sad Monster by Ed Emberley l Anne Miranda l Read Aloud children books| Pinky Purple 괴물
Leonardo the Terrible Monster

Past Lessons

Did you miss a lesson? Want to learn more? Click below for past lessons.....


Landscapes - https://www.smore.com/nzw05


Cityscapes - https://www.smore.com/2a3yx


Seascapes - https://www.smore.com/p6bzn


Portraits-Realistic - https://www.smore.com/cfesy


Alternative Portraits - https://www.smore.com/1mbe0

Keep in Touch

Don't hesitate to email me with any questions, give feedback on lessons, or even if you just want to say hello.

I love and miss you all.

Don't forget to send a picture of your creations. I can't wait to see what you're making!

Dena Fortune, Art Specialist