Kids love drawing monsters and monsters are a great way to get your students to try some new things! I’ve got some posts about using monsters to teach about color.
Let’s Talk Texture Plate!
All of the textures are labeled with adjectives. They are the same adjectives I use for the Monster Drawing pages. This is a fun way to integrate art with language arts.
Using a Texture Plate for each Monster
Want to Learn More?
Get the steps for how I made the chunky crayons in the picture.
Making Texture Plates:
- Texture Rubbing Idea: File Folder Texture Plate
- Making Texture Plates from Paper Punches
- Texture Plate for Monster Drawing
Texture Blog Posts
- Artist Trading Cards with Monsters & Textures
- Monster Drawing with Textures and Adjectives
- Contrasting Colors Monster Texture Rubbing
- Textures in Watercolor: Monster & Contrasting Colors
- Turkey Drawing Easy Thanksgiving Art Project
- Op Art Coloring with Mess-Free Techniques!
- Descriptive Words in Art with Kids
- Shamrock Coloring Pages with Mixed Media
- Picasso Art Project Technique
Here are some fun monster drawing sets:
- Ugly Monster Math
- Monster Drawing & Coloring Free Sample
- Monster Drawing & Coloring using Textures & Adjectives
- How to Draw Monsters
- Monster Roll & Draw Activity
- Monster Coloring
Social & Emotional Learning in Art
Remind yourself and others of the social and emotional benefits of art. This is a great graphic to include in parent newsletters or display in your room.
You can read more about Social Emotional Learning in Art in this blog post.
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