Color Theory for Kids Using Monsters
When monsters teach color, you make color theory for kids fun. See 3 lesson ideas for letting the monsters into your art room. Each monster art lesson focuses on a different art technique. For instance, texture rubbing, watercolor & rubbing alcohol, and plastic wrap with watercolors and all included in the blog posts.
Click on the images below to see more information and step-by-step instructions from 3 blog posts about using monsters to teach color theory.
Using Color Complements and Texture Rubbing
Using a Watercolor Technique with Alcohol
Color Theory for Kids – Contrasting Colored Monsters
Creating Textures in Watercolors
Looking for more monster ideas?
Monster Blog Posts
- Texture Plate for Monster Drawing
- Artist Trading Cards with Monsters & Textures
- Monster Drawing with Textures and Adjectives
- Color Theory for Kids & Monsters
- Watercolor Technique – Warm Colored Monsters
- Contrasting Colors Monster Texture Rubbing
- Textures in Watercolor: Monster & Contrasting Colors
The Benefits of Drawing
Use this infographic to display in your room or share with parents, administrators, or other teachers as a way to point out some of the academic benefits of learning to draw. While they are not the only reason for using drawing as part of a balanced curriculum, they are certainly worthy of celebrating and may help you advocate for including drawing as part of your art or classroom learning experiences.
You can read more about The Benefits of Drawing in this blog post.
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