Romero Britto Art Game Bundle
Get your students excited about learning art history by creating Romero Britto inspired artworks. Little artists will have fun re-creating Pop Art dogs, cats, owls, and butterflies while playing an engaging roll-a-dice game. Fill up your art sub plan folder with no-prep, fuss-free art projects that are easy to implement for substitute teachers. This Romero Britto art game bundle will be a helpful addition to your choice-based arts program. It’s also great for art integration in the regular classroom, homeschooling parents supplementing art instruction, and art teachers wanting to liven up their art lessons with a game.
And then hang them together on your bulletin board!
First, print out the game and picture directions back-to-back. Then give them dice and watch them have fun creating their own art project independently. 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.
- 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th grade
Main Learning Objective
- Students will be able to recreate one of four Romero Britto paintings using five repeated patterns to demonstrate a sense of space.
- Drawing Paper
You Will Receive
- 4 Non-Editable PDFs (Romero Britto Dogs, Cats, Owls, and Butterflies)
- 4 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 on Google Classroom, Google Slides, and Microsoft OneDrive)
I love every single one of these art lessons. I use them with my class not just when I have a sub. – Rachel C.
These are great for sub plans and my students love them! – Shelley
This was a wonderful resource to use for distance learning with my 700+ elementary art students. Many were able to create projects that looked amazing. This was a life saver during a challenging time of distance learning. – Cynthia F.