I finally packaged my Bubbling Beakers STEAM transdigital lesson on TpT. It is a 40 page step by step visual guide for creating the forms from shapes, color mixing, drawing and painting a background in perspective and using complementary colors. Explore
I also packaged up the Dot Day Augmented Reality Color Wheel Activity. It includes the handout and guided instructions for creation and exploration with Quivervision. Explore
K-5 art lessons that focus on one or more of the elements of art:
color, shape, form, texture, value, space, and line.
Step 4. Combine the LOVE template and the emoji filled heart picture in the Superimpose app using the square size constraints, masking, and blend mode. Watch my tutorial to see how it is done.
Did you know that the Keynote software (Apple's presentation tool) on the Mac has a drawing tool?
It is a vector based tool that creates clean and customizable shapes that you can fill with color, gradients, or a photo. Then layer, arrange, flip, add shadows and group these shapes until they've become almost anything you can dream of.
Here are some of the drawings I created using Keynote. I used images of fabrics to fill my shapes. You can download my folder of fabrics here if you want to give this a try. See my tutorial below for some tips and how tos.
Currently the iPad version of keynote is missing some of the tools: the free draw line and fill with a photo. This means you can only draw shapes from pre-made choices and fill with colors. The teddy bear design below would work on the iPad because it is completely made from ovals, circles, and lines.
Now Animate what you Create:
Need a simple tutorial to get you started with keynote animation? Try this one.
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