STEAM Art Lessons
from Tricia Fuglestad's elementary art room
1. Artist Statements
Resources for making these on iPads
Students' iPad examples
Student examples made on using photoshop and keynote
3. Veggie Monsters
5. Surreal Healthy Choices
6. The Digital Scream
Bundled Lesson Resources
Blog post of resources
Students' painted examples
Students' digital examples
Spooky Scream video
Download your custom
photo booth-your face in the scream
Tip: Use the Superimpose app to eliminate the green screen. See my tutorial.
7. Running Aliens
(screenshots from movie)
Class movies of Alien Invasions
Original lesson blog post with resources and tutorial
Download my lesson plan here
10. Cat-in-a-Hat-ify Yourself
11. American Gothic Spoof
12. Superhero Silhouettes
iPad directions and resources with video tutorial
Keynote directions and resources with video tutorial
Download the art/character education lesson
13. Front of Wheaties Box
Find all my lesson resources, template, tutorial, and examples on this blog post.
15. Symmetrical Butterflies
Find all my lesson resources and examples for doing this project digitally and with a mix of physical/digital on this blog post.
16. Photoshlopping Art and Pop Culture
(photoshop techniques, art history, popular culture)
Find all my lesson resources and examples on this blog post.
18. Fugleflick Filmfest w/ QR codes
19. Anti-Litter Bugs
Find all my lesson resources and examples on this blog post.
20. Lego Mural
Explore over a dozen black history Lego Designs on Tpt
See our Black History Month (round two) lego mural.
22. Movement over Movement
See the post of finished artwork and animations.
See the post about our stop-motion green screen animation stations. Download the green screen stop motion lesson from TpT here. See this movie explaining the process.
See the updated version of the lesson here.
28. Photobomb Edward Hopper
View my post with examples, a video tutorial, written steps, and other resources.
29. Animated Superhero
See this post that combines animated video & green screen through or around a silhouette.
This would be a great scene in a video about how students use their everyday superpowers to make a positive change in this world. See also the superhero silhouette project.
31. Illustrating Idioms
There's nothing fishy smelling about this idea.
Find my lesson examples, student made video, and resources in this post.
32. Comic or Poster Design
Students can organize their original art, photos, or a combination of both into a pic collage collage. See an example.
33. Visual Notetaking
Use an app like brushes to take notes visually. See this post where you can play back the drawing as a video to see the creative process. See this movie I made from my visual notes from a workshop on innovation in D.C. Read this article about the power of the doodle.
34. Kindergarten Digital Snowmen
This is a great intro to using iPads to create. Find my template, photos, and student examples here.
36. Interact with Art
Learn how to create interactive art with your iPad with this post (includes tutorial).
39. Class Presentation about their Learning
Students jigsaw together a class movie about their learning using the Green Screen app and a keynote slide graphic design, photo, artwork, or animation. See this example.
40. Discussing Art with a Grid
Students wrote coordinates and found them on our tile wall. See photos of our wall and how you can make one too here.
41. Downton Abbey Positive Negative Images
See this post and tutorial to learn how students can imitate the Downton Abbey logo with their own b/w line art.
42. Making Memes
See this post with many choices and original examples for how students can make memes on iPads.
43. Warmest Way to Build a Snowman
See this post where students used a free build a snowman app while basking in the glow of a youtube fireplace video.
45. Really Spooky Landscapes
See this post that shows how 2nd grade students created semi-transparent animated ghosts over a digital image of their artwork.
46. Hour of Code using Scratch
Students used the tutorial provided by SCRATCH to play with code to animate and add audio to artwork during the Hour of Code observance. See our video and resources here.
47. Digital Portrait Drawing
See this post to find my google hangout tutorial
where I go through the steps of creating a portrait in sketchbook X on the iPad starting with this template. Student examples here. UPDATE: Download my TpT handout for extra help in setting up this lesson in Brushes Redux
48. Fugleflicks eBook
Download this eBook for your iPad. It links to 18 of our favorite Fugleflicks. Great tool for inspire young movie-makers or giving students a chance to independently explore and learn in your classroom. View this newsletter to see all the ways this book can be used with students.
49. Appalachian Mountians
50. Exquisite Corpse Shared Drawing
Students contribute their art to a a collaborative monster drawing using a template as a guideline. See this post for examples and resources.
See also this physical version using cardboard boxes with a digital extension where students replicate the boxes using perspective in the superimpose app.
51. Let the Artwork Speak for Itself
Students made clay bears then used an app to add their voice/lips to their artwork so they could explain how they were made. View the video and links to resources here.
Don't have iPads? Look here at the way we did this lesson using Photo Booth and an iPevo in Keynote.
52. Silhouettes in Superimpose
This post isn't exactly lesson specific but it includes a tutorial for creating silhouettes in the superimpose app and many art examples.
53. Green Screaming!
Students created a piece of surrealistic art called the impossible door, entered it with the Green Screen app by DoInk, then told the story of what happened when they opened the door. See some of the clips here. Here are some more ideas for using this app.
55. AudioBoo QR codes
Students can create informational audioboos, print the automatically generated QR code, and create interactive exhibits anywhere. See this post for more details.
58. Long Red Fingernails
59. Make a Commercial
Student created a commercial for my art program. This little video quickly shares with students and parents in an entertaining way about the benefits of our online digital art gallery. See this post to watch the video and more.
63. Photo Collage in SketchbookX
See this post to learn the steps for creating a collaborative photo collage on the iPad.
64. Crown Fountain Public Art
66. How to Animate your Dragon
See my example and tutorial for creating a piece of art that moves across another piece of art in a simple animation here.
68. Keith Haring Figures
Use this link to see my resources, tutorial, and examples for creating this digital iPad piece using Wooden Doll 3D app and sketchbookX.
69. Deep and Shallow Thoughts with Dali
Use this link to see my examples, template, and ideas for how students can manipulate space digitally.
70. Inspired by the Man of Steel
Use this link to see my resources, template, lesson plan, and examples for making a superhero emblem design inspired by the Man of Steel. Do this lesson completely on the iPad by using Superimpose app to remove the green screen. See this tutorial for help.
71. Audioboos about Tech and Art
Students each contributed one audioboo message about how we use technology in art class (info they collected for the their Skype presentation with Canada). Use this post to see the presentation organized into a board and embedded on my blog so it flows as one audio presentation. Learn more about Audioboo from my tutorial.
72. I'll Explain Everything
74. Jeopardy Review
Use this link to download and customize the interactive ppt into a fun review game on a screen or an interactive whiteboard. If you use my game be sure to reference the video links (at bottom of post) that serve as great clues for answers.
75. Digital & Physical Abstract Cats
79. Clay Mask Monsters
81. Different is Good
84. Make a Logo or Illustration
Design a logo while learning how vector drawing programs work on the iPad using Inkpad app. See my post for examples.
86. Mathematical Snowman Sculpture
This downloadable ppt and tutorial shows you how to lead your students through a sculpture project (use Model Magic) beginning with one lump of clay. See this post.
87. Cat-in-a-hat-ify Yourself
Student used this Photo Booth FX to snap a picture that was printed out and used to help make physical artwork of themselves reading their favorite Dr. Seuss book while dressed as the cat in the hat. See this post to download my FX.
89. Historic Seascape
View: Observational Drawing
See this post to learn how I made the ship sail.
90. Digital Collages with Faces iMake
92. What is Art Digital Collage
93. Clay Sculpture and 123D Sculpt
At the end of a session working on our clay mask sculptures, we cleaned up and worked collaboratively on a digital clay mask. View this post for a tutorial and picts of students working.
94. Time Lapse of Art Class
One day I decided to test iMotionHD (free iPhone/iPad app) time lapse function on a tripod in the back of the art room during class. See this post. I complied and played it back before the kids left so they could see how hard they work. This footage was a great clip to add to our all-school video, Common Core Crazy.
95. Show of Hands
96. Shark Dog: A Brilliant Mistake
Students collaboratively transformed a mistake into something so brilliant they wanted to celebrate with this musical tribute: Watch the theme song/video here.
97. Cloud Painting on iPads
This simple idea of drawing over a photo might be a great way to share creativity from class to class or school to school. See my post.
Idea: cloud images can be tweeted from all over the world, kids could paint what they see, and reTweet to all. Here is one I did randomly from a pict in my twitter feed.
Update: New technique using Keynote. See tutorial and lots of cloud photos to choose from here.
98. Old Guitarist Interactive Puzzle
To encourage my students to look closely at the Old Guitarist before they recreated it as a paper sculpture, I turned it into an interactive whiteboard puzzle. See post with tutorial, pics, and the file for you to download. You can also download the art lesson here.
99. Pencil Exchange Video +more
Solve some problems, set expectations, and visually communicate to your students through videos. Here is a post featuring some of these fugleflicks including the huge time saver, noise avoider, entertaining vid, The Pencil Exchange. Go directly to The Pencil Exchange and Push up Your Sleeves.
This lesson can be done on the desktop using Keynote as described in my SchoolArts magazine article. Or, you can try it using Superimpose and Sketchbook Express on the iPad as my video tutorial demonstrates below or at this link.
Here is a video tutorial for making this project in Photoshop Express on the desktop.
Here is a screencast video for making this lesson in Keynote on the desktop.
101. LED Accessories
(portrait, circuit, electricity, design)
Get ideas for how to add paper circuits to paintings on paper. This example has a light up star on the man's collar and a light up earring on the woman.
102. Layering the Past & Present
This blog post shows you how you can use Google Maps street view, historic photos from your community, and layer them together in the Superimpose app on your iPad.
103. Instant Alpha and Outlines
This quick tutorial shows you how to use the instant alpha tool to add outlines that hug the contour of your images to create a cool graphic effect using Keynote (both iPad and desktop versions).
104. TIME Magazine Cover
This post leads you through how to create a TIME magazine cover with my templates and tutorial.
105. Drawing with Shapes
108. Secret Superhero
This step by step project with resources, tutorials, and examples helps you reveal your secret superhero using Keynote animation and iMovie.
109. Collaborative Radial Design
View this time-lapse of students participating in a digital collaboration using an interactive whiteboard in Mimio studio to prepare for individual radial designs.
110. Inflatable Sculpture
2nd graders were asked to turn garbage bags, a box fan, and tape into an inflatable spooky ghost. See this post for the video and resources.
111. Clay Animation
Watch this super short video of students making their clay bunnies boogie. They created this with still images. (Use iPad for quicker results)
114. Don't Let the Pigeon...
115. Nag-O-Matics and Gimmicks
I wrote up this post showing my Nag-O-Matic, T-Shirt man with art songs, Mrs. Fugleclone for behavior, and more.
I set up a few compare-a-twist games for students to compare artists' work like Matisse vs Picasso and distinguish between primary and secondary colors. View my post for resources and a tutorial.
Use this powerpoint on my TPT site to lead your students step by step through a lesson that will turn their printed photo into a cartoon cell styled painting.
119. LIFE Magazine Cover
See this post with 6 ideas for creating a LIFE Magazine cover design from student art, photo, via photoshlopping, drawn animation, or using green screen effects. (Includes my templates.)
121. Illustrated Movie in Keynote
This post leads to the animated introduction of my original story, The Snow Flurry Fairy, demonstrating an animation using keynote with voice narration and music.
122. Bubble Gum Artists
Students layered their photo, a bubble, and text into my empty keynote book cover template to celebrate Bubble Gum day and our author visit. See post here for templates and lesson extension ideas.
123. Illustrating Idioms
124. Curricular Commercial
Students created a commercial to "sell" our art program to the school community filled with evidence of why art is important.
125. Retro TV effect
Students can use the green screen app on the iPad to create a retro-styled commercial message. See my post for directions and resources.
126. Word Cloud Self-Portraits
Students create a word cloud display and layer themselves over it in a graphic design. See my post to learn how to create these on laptop and iPad.
127. Corn Flakes Box
See this post with three ideas for creating a corn flakes box and use my template to try it yourself. Have students explore anything from marketing to life accomplishments.
129. Bobblehead Blossoms
This app smash gives students a chance to reflect on their growth while creating a metaphorical animation with audio or writing. Learn more here.
130. Superhero Yourself
Students can use the Create Your Own Superhero online app (doesn't work on mobile devices) to re-imagine themselves as superheroes. Follow this up with writing a hero's story or animating (like in lesson #108).
131. Mono-chromatic Fish
This lesson is designed for young learners to explore monochromatic painting while learning about the parts of a fish. See my post with student examples, literacy resources, and a link to download the step-by-step powerpoint. This post will help you guide your students through a Make it Move it lesson where the fish swims.
132. Positive & Negative Portraits
This lesson takes students through three free apps to create a high contrast contour line drawing in the style of a notan.
134. Rotational Symmetry Playing Cards
This lesson challenges students to draw a portrait twice to create rotationally symmetrical playing cards. View the post for resources, examples, and to see the animation lesson extension.
135. iPaint Pop Art Cell Painting
This lesson challenges students to think in reverse as well as offer an opportunity for creative expression. Find all the resources and examples here.
136. Monster Collage
This monster paper collage is based on the book, Go Away Big Green Monster. Learn about how it teaches math, art, and see its technology extensions for instruction and art production here.
137. Low Tech Animation
Have your whole class contribute to one or more frames of an animated gif with very little technology needed. Find out how here.
138. Dance Giraffe!
Students learn to draw dance poses by manipulating a 3D object (stuffed giraffes), photographing, and drawing/painting over the image. Explore this technique in this Dance Giraffe post.
140. Offline Draw Something
When Draw Something first came out I saved my drawings and made an offline version to play with my students. You can download the PPT of my drawings here to practice visual literacy as a game.
Students wrap up their school year by reflecting on their art creation, process, what they learned, and how they'll improved. These thoughts are captured in video for their digital portfolios. See post.
143. Animated Anagrams
See this post with examples and a tutorial for creating these animated anagrams on the iPad using the DoInk app.
144. Rotoscope using DoInk
See this post with examples and a tutorial for creating an individual rotoscope animation over video on the iPad using DoInk Animation App. See also lesson extension for Green Screen app.
145. Drawing from Life
See this post with examples and tutorial of how to combine a line drawing with a photo to create an image that seems to emerge from the paper. Great for bringing your stories and art to life.
146. Digital Micrography
View this post to see how students can create a digital micrography portrait on iPads.
147. Blend Mode
Explore the possibilities using blend mode in iPad apps to create photographic effects that can bring the background forward in layered photos. Create visuals complement introspective writing, scientific concepts, or design.
148. Animated Robots
See my post with examples and tips for creating animated robots using DoInk animation app on iPads.
149. Vintage Animations
View this post to learn how to turn a vintage illustration into a moving picture using three different approaches on the iPad.
150. Make it then Move It
View this post to see ideas for how student could make art then make it move through animation techniques.
151. Periodic Table Scrabble
View this post to download templates to get you thinking differently about the periodic table of elements.
152. Seuss-ish Creatures
View this post to download the resources needed to have students create a Dr. Seuss inspired creature for their zoo and put it on a book cover.
153. Layers of Animation
View this post to see how you can use layers in animation to teach SO many concepts.
154. Falling Animation
View this post to learn how to do this concept rich lesson.
155. LOVEly Appsmash
View this post with examples, instructions, and a tutorial to make this appsmash using sketchbook express, wordfoto app, and superimpose.
157. Green Screen FXs
View this post to learn some quick tricks using the Green Screen App by DoInk to do imaginative video effects for storytelling.
159. Drawn Animation Tips
This blog post has tutorials that will help you get started with animating in DoInk Animation App.
161. Musical Memes
View this post to learn some fun ways to make your rules, quotes, or memes into music videos.
162. Flying Animations on iPad
View this post for template, tutorial, student examples, and other resources to help your students fly using their iPads.
View this post to see the student created film that teaches how to show movement in your art.
164. Dancing Silhouettes
View this post to learn how to use the Green Screen app to create dancing silhouettes like the old iTunes ads and ideas for how to use this FX for storytelling.
165. Light up Relief
View this post to learn and find resources for how to make a light up relief sculpture using a switch, wire, battery, and LED.
168. Campaign Slogans and Graphics
Give students a chance to use graphic design techniques to "sell" their ideas as a candidate during an election. See this post for examples and resources.
169. Keith Haring Action Poses
(figure drawing, movement, positive/negative space, complementary colors, color balance, line pattern)
See this post that includes a template and step by step directions to make a physical painting. It also includes a digital extension where students use the template for stop motion animation. See also idea #68 for completely digital results.
171. Wild Things with Visual Texture
View this post to find a resources including an interactive whiteboard game, eBook, and more to encourage 1st graders to creatively draw a wild thing based on the book by Maurice Sendak.
173. Haunted Classroom
Students can haunt the classroom (a page from a book, painting, or any photo they take) using DoInk animation app while learning about transparency. View my post.
174. Digital Keith Haring Painting from Sketch
Students created a digital painting of their action pose to prepare for their physical painting. See my post for the collaborative gif and steps for creation.
175. Thumbtastic Collage
View this post to see examples and resources for how students can transform their hand into a creature and give it a personality and voice digitally.
176. Animated Glow
Take a look at this post with ideas for how to create an animated glow that interacts with an image from underneath a physical drawing.
177. Process Animations
Students can tell the story of their artwork while viewers watch the art making in a process video created in the drawing app. See my examples in this post.
179. Alien Band
See my post about integrating music and art with aliens playing instruments.
180. Alien Beatboxing
See my post about integrating beatbox music with animated aliens.
181. Progression Animation
Find out how to use progression or replacement stop-motion animation technique to show change, movement, or growth, in a magical way with this post.
182. How to be Kind
Kindergarteners did a simple animation combined with a clip live footage in the green screen app where they shared how to be kind. See this post.
184. Bedroom at Arles
Students make their bedroom using principals of perspective then enter their artwork using drama skills and the magic of green screen. See my post.
185. Me and My Shadow
View this post to learn how your students can dance with their shadows using the Green Screen app by DoInk.
186. Anthropomorphizing the Art
Students used the point of view of their artwork on display in the hallways to create this clever story mixed with GS FXs, animation, and live video, "Don't Crush my Dreams". View post here.
187. Art Bot STEAM Challenge
This challenge asks students to collaboratively create an automated abstract art-making machine (an artbot). See my post.
188. Paper Cut Stop Motion Animation
See this post and watch the finished stop motion animation using paper cut and animated.
189. Layered Video Silhouettes
See this post to learn how to turn a green screen video into a layered silhouette that interacts with an image (or video) to help students tell as story.
190. Drawing Insects
See this post to learn how to combine science vocabulary with creative drawing, digital coloring, and animation with young artists.
191. Nesting Dolls
See this post for resources and examples for making a nesting doll drawing and animation that gives students a chance to work with size, overlap, and an infinite loop animation.
192. Cat-in-a-hat-ified Bookmarks
See this post to find out how students can use the green screen app by Do Ink to make a resource for observational drawing then digitalize it again to color on the iPad and print as a bookmark.
193. Rotoscope in a Mutoscope
See this post to learn about the flipbookit that helps you make a retro-style mutoscope from your digital animation.
194. Make a Mutoscope Viewer
Have students repurpose an old box into a mutoscope viewer with a motor to flip the flipbook inside. See my post for more details (look at extension idea at bottom).
195. Custom Hologram
Customize a hologram video, make a pyramid template from a transparency, and haunt your classroom. View my post for template and tutorial.
196. Class Dance Video
Have your students contribute a couple seconds to a collaborative dance movie. See my post to find out how.
197. Mannequin Challenge
This challenge isn't new or even mine, but I wanted to share our results and encourage you to give this a try.
198. Stand up Light up Cardboard Robot
See my post to learn how students can design their own stand up cardboard robot that lights up. Then animate it or make a graphic to describe its wonders.
199. Wildthing Bookmarks
Students turned their Wild Thing paintings (see project #171) into bookmarks using my lesson and template. View the post for all the information and resources.
200. Flying Critters
First graders used their insect drawings (see #190) to make animations over a photo they took on the iPads. See all the class movies, examples, and resources on my post here.
201. Time-lapse Draw & Animate
Take a look at my post to find out how you can draw something then make it move digitally.
202. Animated Superhero or Sprite
This post will guide students through the steps of using the Do Ink Animation App to make themselves into a superhero or sprite that can be used for animating over a background or for a custom hologram (see #195).
203. Cardboard Whirligig
See my post for resources, template, directions, and ideas for how to transform a piece of cardboard into a whirligig that moves with stop motion animation.
205. Haunted Masterpieces
Students can combine art history, digital video effects, and creative writing as they haunt a masterpiece. See this post.
206. Animated GIFs from Artwork
Use this post to learn how to use free apps to create a simple animated GIF from your own art.
208. Fly like Mighty Mouse Might
Use my post to see how you can create a looping cloud-filled sky animation to make your superhero character appear to fly like Mighty Mouse might.
209. Magic Carpet Ride
Use my post to learn how to make a patterned carpet that you can magically fly over the wonders of the world like Aladdin. This post show two approaches: Digital drawing over a digital animation and a paper cut stop motion animation.
210. Creative uses of Keynote
Download my loaded keynote file found in my post to practice over 15 ways to creatively use Keynote on a Mac.
211. Exquisite Corpse: Physical & Digital
See this post full of resources for creating a collaborative exquisite corpse game from cardboard boxes and reproducing it digitally with perspective. See #50 for a different take on this lesson.
212. A Nest for Celeste: flying
See this post full of ideas for making art, technology, and character counts connections with the story, A Nest for Celeste by Henry Cole.
213. Moving Postcards
See my post to try this Harry Potter styled effect to create your own moving postcard with the Green Screen app by Do Ink.
214. Art Matters Memes
See my post to learn how to make Art Matter Memes with your students.
215. Small as a Mouse
216. Animate Your Art with Code
Use the program Scratch to program your series of artwork in a running sequence. See the post for examples.
217. Moving Memes
Create a moving message that really moves using this animation technique found in my post.
218. Lip Sync Rotoscope
In this post, students collaborate to make a lip sync video where they draw over their own video saying a word or phrase that combines to recite a piece of literature.
219. Jumping off the Pages
Make a character from your favorite book jump off the pages with the magic of animation. View this post to learn how.
220. Animated Fishbowl
Students draw a fishbowl in a patterned interior space inspired by Henri Matisse then animate a fish in the bowl.
221. Dance Party Animation
Learn how students can collaboratively create an animated dance party here inspired by the Peanuts characters.
223. Swap and Share Animations
Students can create the illusion that their animation is jumping from one iPad to the next using the DoInk Animation app. See my post to learn how and practice with my Do Ink data file.
224. Spin into the Art
Students can create the illusion that they are jumping or spinning magically from the foreground into a painting. View this post to learn more.
225. Try Your Best
Students collaboratively created this short video to encourage the viewer to switch from a fixed mindset to growth. See my post to view and learn some of their video FX tricks.
227. Make it and Move it Figures
228. Color Mixing Scientists
View my post to find out how to make this bubbling scientific STEAM project.
229. Silhouette Blends
Re-create the silhouette blend videos first seen on Electric Company explained in this post.
230. Reading a Poem through Art
Kindergarteners used Chatterpix app to speak through a digital version of their self-portrait painting to collaboratively recite a poem about learning in art class. See this post.
231. Transdigital Display
Put your students' animations in a flipbookit.com to share digital art in a physical format. See this post.
232. Stop Motion Creativity Challenge
Challenge your students to harness the magic of stop-motion animation to create an illusion. See this post for examples of progression animations and magical videos.
233. Digital Display Kiosk
When my students finished their Kindness Campaign (project #217) we purchased an iPad kiosk on display to share their work with the school community. View the post to learn how.
234. Animated Shadow
View this post to learn how to make your animated character have an animated shadow.
235. Book Cover Photo Shoot
Students can pretend that they are posing for a book cover photo shoot using this lesson and book templates.
236. Drawing in Keynote App
See this post to learn how to use the Keynote app to create beautiful portraits.
238. Using Photoshop Fix to Animate
Make a portrait then make it move by modifying the image in Photoshop Fix app on the iPad. See my post.
239. Veggie Tales
Learn to use Do Ink animation app with this post to add eyes and mouths over anything to help tell your stories.
240. Characters Emerging
See this post where students create artistic book reports featuring the characters that emerged from the stories they read.
241. Color Mix & Mingle
See this post for how to play this color all-class active learning game about color.
242. Art Ed Karaoke
Inspire your students to write songs that embed curricular content with our Fugleflick Karaoke page (or just sing along and learn about art.)
243. Interactive Art with Littlebits
See an idea for creating an interactive piece of art using littlebits, cardboard, and creativity.
244. Visual Literacy Creativity Game
Learn how students can practice visual literacy and parts of speech through this fun guessing and drawing game.
245. I'm Here - Empathy & Green Screen
Packaged lesson with tutorials, template, media & steps
Students fly on their own paper airplane as the boy in the story, I'm Here, as they learn about friendship, animation, and green screen effects. Learn more from my post.
246. Op Art Falling Animation
This is a revamp of lesson #154. Learn in this post how students can paint an op art piece of art inspired by the color wheel then fall into it with Do Ink animation app.
247. Wishtree Silhouettes
Students read WishTree by Katherine Applegate and made a wish under their own tree. Find out how from this post.
248. Blinking Portraits
Learn about this simple way to make blinking animated portraits using keynote app and the ezgif.com website.
249. STEAMy Hot Chocolate
Transform shapes into forms to make a steamy cup of hot chocolate on a snowy day using both physical and digital methods. View the post here.
250. Whoville Animation
Inspire your students with the community of Whoville from Dr. Seuss' story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas as they collaboratively share files to make one animation collaboration. View this blog post.
251. Group Value Painting
Find out how students can use mini canvases to build a collaborative value painting of people who have added value to our world with this post.
252. Aliens in their Habitats
Students make a running alien over a constructed landscape habitat while considering color, style, composition, and the illusion of depth. Learn more here.
253. Robot Paintings that Move
254. Putting AR in ARt
Find out how to make art, make art move with animation, then make the animation appear with augmented reality in this post.
255. Colorscape Portrait
See this post to learn how to draw a portrait and color it using the colorscape app.
256. Undo Button
What if life had an undo button. Students made this magical movie where they can undo your mistakes in the artroom.
257. Lorax-ify Yourself
Grab my file from this post so you and your students can Lorax-ify themselves as they celebrate Dr. Seuss' story of the Lorax.
259. Expressive Robots w/ Animated Glow
Use this post to help students learn how to draw expressions on paper and animate a symbol that glows through from the iPad.
261. Speaking through art with Do Ink
See this post to learn how you can use the Green Screen app by Do Ink to layer and isolate your lips to speak through your artwork.
262. Time Lapse Drawing Video
Create a time lapse of a drawing to share the creation process with viewers. See my post for examples.
263. Transform a Photo and Fly
Make yourself into a superhero and fly over your city scene (see #258) with Do Ink animation app and Brushes Redux.
264. Pop Art Legos
See this post to learn how we turned our art room into a factory (like Warhol did) to mass produce pop art in the image of Marilyn Monroe.
265. Animated GIFs Using Keynote
See this post explaining how to use Keynote to make animations that explain or digitally illustrate ideas using builds & actions.
266. Using Augmented Reality to Make Art
See this twitter thread full of ideas to make art that is both physical and digital with the ARMakr app and Do Ink Drawing app.
267. Creativity Challenge with Augmented Reality
Download and print this book of vintage illustrations. Have students discuss/predict the story then scan the art to see it move.
268. Augmented Reality Business Card
Learn here how to make your business card come to life with augmented reality using a green screen video overlay over art.
269. Augmented Reality Book Covers
Make your books come to life with by animated the cover designs and triggering the animation using eyejack app. See this post for ideas and codes.
270. Dancing with the Stars
Inspire your students to make giraffes that dance under UV painted stars they glow with blacklights. See my post.
271. Learning through ARt
Use augmented reality to have teacher examples and art prints explain or demonstrate art concepts to others. See my post.
272. Haunted ARt Room
Experience a haunted art room as these famous pieces come to life with Augmented Reality in kinda spooky ways.
273. Making Art with Dominoes
This isn't my idea, but you can explore this idea on my blog with links to resources and our examples.
274. Stop-Motion Emotions
Students learn about feelings, colors, and movement in this Color Monster inspired lesson. Learn more here.
275. Giraffes CAN Dance
Students remove the background of their giraffe paintings (see #270) and move them digitally to enhance their dance moves. See their class movie with 5 different dance moves https://vimeo.com/377374542
276. Mona Lisa with Legos
See how students recreated the Mona Lisa collaboratively using legos in this post.
277. Grinch Fest
Celebrate a Grinch Fest with a photo booth that puts students on the cover of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas. See this post for many other cool resources.
278. The Snowman Story
Students fly with their snowman like in the story by Raymond Briggs. See my post for all the steps and resources.
279. Kindness Campaign 2.0
Students present their kindness messages with augmented reality as they appear to come to life like the moving paintings in the Harry Potter stories. Learn more. See the previous version of this lesson (#217) made with a still image photo.
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