Op Art and the Elements of Art #1

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After teaching students about the elements of art, make the elements come alive by creating some Op Art!  Students will use color theory and lines to create 5 fun illusions.  The step-by-step instructions will help students work independently.  Just print and go…

 What you get:

  • Op Art and The Elements of Art #1 (25 pages)
  • Contrasting Colors presentation (28 slides)
  • Contrasting Colors lesson (6 pages) 

The 5 Op Art lessons are:

  • Op Art Hearts
  • Op Art Hands
  • Op Art Vertical Lines
  • Op Art Converging Lines
  • Op Art Waves 

The illustrated instructions will give you the materials needed, the vocab words and the step-by-step instructions along with some tips.  I've included a two-page list of vocabulary words along with kid-friendly definitions. Each lesson has a label and rubric included so that your projects will be assessed and ready to hang quicker. 

If you are interested in viewing the Prezi I created here is a link.

The Prezi can be used to introduce the idea of Op Art to your students.

If you would like some more ideas about using the Op Art Heart lesson to teach color theory, here is my Op Art Heart Color Study Blog Post.  (This would also work for the Op Art Hand lesson.)

Contrasting Colors is also available for purchase in my store, but you get it here as part of this lesson! 

Here are some more lessons that teach about the Elements of Art.

Here are some more lessons that teach about Op Art.

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