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Best Art Lessons:


  •  An average of 12 art projects per pack

  • Specific supplies needed for each pack

  • Hard copies of instructional materials including step by step directions and inspirational idea sheets

  • Links to video tutorial with  QR code and MORE!

These are my best art lessons.  They are the survivors, the ones I taught many times and always looked forward to doing!

Each "Grab and Go" project pack contains 


  • GETTING STARTED -recommended for K-2nd Graders 

  • BUILDING ON THE BASICS- recommended for 2nd-4th 

  • PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER-recommended for 3rd-7th


Art Packs are organized into 3 categories:

Packs list below are in order from beginning to advanced work at the bottom


Basic painting, drawing, sculpture, and collage 


Recommended for  KTG-2nd

This group of projects is great for building the basic art skills li and the art vocabulary kiddos will need for future projects.  This pack includes 12 different art activities.  

You will need for this unit:
scissors, glue sticks, white glue, tempera paints, brushes, markers and a cookie sheet to control the mess.



Recommended KTG-2nd

This is a fun follow up to the "Garden Friends" pack.  It is an overview of 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional work (2Dee & 3Dee). With this pack, kiddos can develop their painting skills and creative confidence while exploring new materials and techniques. This pack includes 12 different art activities.  

You will need for this unit:
tempera paints, markers, brushes, stick glue, white glue, scissors, and drawing chalk. (a stapler will come in handy as well for the alligator sculpture).


Intermediate painting, drawing, sculpture and collage 



Recommended 2nd-4th

This is one of my favorite project packs.  Kiddos will continue to develop their art vocabulary, media and thinking skills, while they learn about how artists consider various options and experiment with ideas and materials.  This pack includes 8 different art activities.  

You will need for this unit:
stick glue, white glue, scissors, drawing chalk, a computer mouse and markers and/or colored pencils-(optional).  A cookie sheet is also handy for working with modeling clay.