Chicks with Camouflage




What do you get when you mix animal camouflage with color theory, textures, and drawing?  A delightful spring art lesson that integrates a little natural science with a fun hands-on art activity making chicks with camouflage!

Your students will:

  • Learn what camouflage is.
  • Learn how color complements can make neutral colors.
  • Draw a chick.
  • Add a texture rubbing to the chick.
  • Mix color complements on the chick.


  • Color Theory – Color Complements
  • Science – Animal Camouflage
  • Art – Texture Tubbing & Drawing

What You Get

  • Presentation (10 pages)
  • Teacher Instructions (5 pages)
  • Drawing Starter Pages (2 pages)
  • Drawing Idea Pages (2 pages)
  • Color Complement Mixing (1 page)

A total of 20 pages

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