Pop Art Games Bundle
Want to get your students excited about learning modern art? Try implementing one of these pop art games into your next art lesson! Upper elementary and middle school artists will have fun re-creating one of these nine pop art artists while playing an engaging roll and draw game. Substitute teachers will love the no-prep, fuss-free art projects that are easy to implement.
Are you putting together art centers in your room and looking for some self-guided instructional materials? This pop art games bundle will be a helpful addition to your choice-based arts program. Simply print out the materials and arrange in labeled folders for easy student access.
This bundle is also great for art integration in the regular classroom and homeschooling parents supplementing art instruction. They work flawlessly as fast finisher and recess activities for students who love art.
I’ve included three ways students can generate their design. The first is the game board where students roll the die to select their parts. The second is a “you pick” board. Both of these are printables. And lastly, for teachers needing engaging lessons during distance learning, I’ve added digital spinner wheels!
First, print out the pop art game and picture directions back-to-back. Then give your students dice and watch them have fun creating their own art project independently. If you have access to a smartboard or projector, use the accompanying PowerPoint presentation. It will guide the students during each part of the art project.
Once completed, have students use the self-assessment rubrics to evaluate their artwork based on craftsmanship, creativity, following directions, work habits, project goals, and clean up. And then have them complete the “Big Ideas” sheet so they can connect the creation process to their learning.
If you are substituting or need a fast finisher activity, use the included coloring page.
Main Learning Objective
- Students will be able to design artwork based on nine different pop art artists using an array of drawing materials and reflecting a range of subject matter.
- Oil pastels
- Colored Pencils
- Black Permanent Marker
- Soft Pastels
- White Drawing Paper
You Will Receive
- 9 Non-Editable PDFs Pop Art Games (Jim Dine Hearts, Katherine Bernhardt Pattern Paintings, Roy Lichtenstein Compositions, Romero Britto Statue of Liberty Drawings, Keith Haring Compositions, Wayne Thiebaud Still-Life Drawings, James Rizzi Cityscapes, Peter Max Compositions, and Chris Uphues Hearts)
- 9 Non-Editable PowerPoint Presentations
- Dice Games
- Choice-Based Drawing Version of Each Game
- Artist Biography Handouts
- Step-By-Step Picture Tutorial and Directions
- Visual Arts Self-Assessment Rubrics
- Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
- “I CAN” Statements Aligned to the Studio Habits of Mind
- Practice Drawing Pages
- Coloring Pages
- Paperless Google Drive digital resource for students (also for use in Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, Seesaw, Microsoft OneDrive, Teams, and anywhere else you can share a link to a file…link on the bottom of page 2)
- Digital Spinner Wheels in Google Slides and YouTube (links on the bottom of page 3)
We used the Chris Uphues lesson for Valentine’s Day. Paired with a slide show of his work, the lesson covered modern artists and composition. – P.P.
Students enjoyed getting creative with the colors, everyone’s turned out very BRIGHT! YAY! – Karen G.
These games were a hit! The creativity and game aspect really brought the art of art together! The brief reading allowed me to share the information and pictures together and they actually learned and loved it! Thank you – Jennifer W.