Cultural Arts Games Bundle
Need ideas for cultural arts projects for your elementary and middle school art curriculum? Study diverse cultures from China, Greece, Egypt, and more. The step by step drawing tutorial and PowerPoint also makes perfect emergency art sub plans.
And, they’ll help time-starved teachers like you create cultural arts lesson plans quickly. No more searching for art worksheets and art project handouts online. Art rubrics, exit tickets, and artist reflection worksheets included, too! And, the digital spinners integrate technology into your art activities.
Students will create artworks inspired by diverse cultures using watercolors, construction paper, colored pencils, markers, tempera paints, and even sand. They’ll create drawings, paintings, and even a collage. The self-guided PowerPoint and printable handouts makes these perfect art sub plans!
Plan multicultural art history and art appreciation lessons in a way that excites even the most sassiest kids. Finally feel confident in your art curriculum and be organized and prepared to teach art!
Can I be honest with you? Art history can sometimes be boring for kids. There, I said it. Teaching about artists and cultures doesn’t have to be a snoozer, though!
I’ve designed 3 different ways for students to attempt these multicultural art projects. All will engage kids to create! Choose which way works best for your classes:
- Roll a dice games to add randomness to your student’s artwork
- “You Pick” art worksheets for kids to choose their own elements
- Digital spinner wheels, so kids can randomly pick elements and you can integrate technology in the art room
- Printable dice template in case you have no dice
- Drawing templates, for some projects that require it
- Step-by-step picture directions to guide students through the art process
- Drawing practice worksheets, for kids who want to sketch out their ideas
- Cultural Arts handouts, leveled for both elementary and middle school students accordingly, so you don’t need to research
- “Big Ideas” reflection worksheets where students write about their art process
- Art rubrics, self-assessment tools to get students thinking about things like craftsmanship and art project goals
- “I CAN” Statements aligned to the Studio Habits of Mind to use during instruction or post on your bulletin board
- Art exit tickets with quick, thought-provoking prompts
- Art history coloring page to keep kids inspired by these diverse cultures outside of the art room
Cultural Arts Projects for Elementary & Middle School Art
This cultural art project bundle is flexible and can be used in many ways throughout your art room and beyond. It’s great for maternity or emergency art sub plans, early finisher activities, and even for virtual art class or an after-school art club.
You Will Receive
- 9 Non-Editable Printable PDFs (Cultural Arts Project Bundle – Australian Art, Sand Painting, Hmong Vessels, Pysanky Eggs, Nesting Dolls, Ancient Greek Vases, Chinese Ming Dynasty Vases, Henna Hands, and Ancient Egyptian Portraits)
- 9 Non-Editable PowerPoints
- Digital Spinner Videos (downloadable, and links to them on Google Slides and YouTube)
- Paperless Google Drive Digital Resources
Why You’ll Love It
These are easy to use for any age group. We like the flexibility and options for each project.
A great resource! My students LOVE these art projects.