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Lesson Plans


Easy Pop Art ideas

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S. Henneborn (heneborn)
Mon, 26 Jul 1999 01:58:41 -0600


After my 1sts and 2nds studied Andy Warhol we did a simple and fun activity.
I bought several boxes of transparency paper. Students used Sharpies and
Prang's nontoxic permanent markers and drew on the transparency. (Some drew
directly and some used sketches under the transparency for a guide) This they
taped over a colored paper which was prepared by combining printing ink with
roller and/or collage of interesting paper scraps. Those annoying too small
leftover ends of gift wrap are perfect in addition to the box of interesting
shaped scraps in the end of year scrap box.

Some backed the colored paper with a new combination so the transparency could
be flipped to the back for another effect.

It was interesting to see the drawing change from background to background.
We had already observed those changes in the Mickey series and the celebrity series.

Sharon
NJ