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Welcome1. Have kids put coats in a big bin.2. Stay standing3. “Today we are going to review color and our artist before we finish our artwork.”4. Ask if anyone can tell me one of the Primary Colors on my wheel?5. Have student come up and velcro the letter on it.6. Then give the student the card for that color. A. Red = heart (Hue = color) B. Yellow = sun (Hue = color) C. Blue = umbrella (Hue = color)7. When artists talk about color, they use 3 very important words! SHOW SLIDE8. Next ask students to stand next to their favorite HUE





=How light or dark?

= Bright or dark hue

=Color name




Color VocabularyValue (light or dark?)7. Value tells you if the color is light or dark. SHOW SLIDE.8. Go to the Yellow Sun. Ask if the color is light or dark? Write LIGHT on another sun and hand it to another child to hold up.9. Go to the Red Heart. Ask if the color is light or dark? Write MEDIUM LIGHT or MEDIUM DARK on another heart and hand it to another child to hold up.10. Go to the Blue Umbrella. Ask if the color is light or dark? Write DARK on another umbrella and hand it to another child to hold up.


Color VocabularyINTENSITY (bright or dull hue?)11. Go to the YELLOW sun. Give a lighter sun (Should say Intensity = bright) and darker sun (Should say Intensity = dark) to the kids standing next to it.12. Go to the RED heart. Give a lighter heart (Should say Intensity = bright) and darker heart (Should say Intensity = dark) to the kids standing next to it.13. Go to the BLUE umbrella. Give a lighter umbrella (Should say Intensity = bright) and darker umbrella (Should say Intensity = dark) to the kids standing next to it.


ConclusionNow you know some pretty big words you can use to describe color.OK, so let’s go and find a place to work at around the tables.Do you remember this artist’s Name? READ SLIDELet’s look at more of his paintings…

raoul dufy


Raoul Dufy

Born in France

From a large family and had to start work at the age of 14.

He studied art at night school

Painted like the Impressionists at first, then as Fauvist under the influence of Matisse. (Fauve rhymes with “Stove”)

Work is known for brightly colored drawings showing the glittering scenes of France

Worked on wood carvings, painting in fabric, illustrated books, and designing murals for buildings

Self Portrait by Raoul Dufy. 1898, oil on canvas. Private Collection.


Open Window, by Raoul Dufy. 1928, Gouache on paper. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA.


The Kessler Family on Horseback, by Raoul Dufy. 1931, Gouache on paper. Tate Museum, London, UK.


Regatta at Cowes, by Raoul Dufy. 1934, Gouache on paper. National Gallery of Art, Washingon, DC, USA

drawing a beach scene
Drawing a Beach Scene

After you finished with the tissue paper I went back and covered it with a top layer of glue. This will make it easier for you to draw on, and it changes the color. (Technically it changes the intensity from bright to dark. Show plain tissue and a finished collage.)

Hand out collages.

Now I’m going to show you how to draw some things you will find on a beach, and then you can add more things on your own.Hand out Sharpies.Warn that the ink doesn’t wash off easily so please only use it on your collage.


Draw a line to show where the beach ends and the water beings

Draw a line to show where the water ends and the sky beings

Do you want to add a sail boat?


Horizon Lines

Place a light horizon line in about the middle of the page.

Draw the hull of a sailboat with a long rectangle that has an upturned and sharply pointed end or bow.

Make the sail using a triangle with two curved sides and a flat bottom.

Draw a second, gently curving line below the boat to represent the shoreline.


Sketch rounded shapes on the sandy beach for coconuts and rocks

Show waves near the beach using squiggly lines

Draw curving lines for palm trees


Waves & Palm Trees

Sketch rounded shapes on the sandy beach for coconuts and rocks.

Show waves near the shoreline with pairs of squiggly lines.

Extend each wave with single lines.

Shape the trunks of palm trees with two sets of curving lines that taper as they go up.


Sketch rounded shapes on the sandy beach for coconuts and rocks

Show waves near the beach using squiggly lines

Draw curving lines for palm trees


Palm Fronds

Sketch in the basic outline for the large leaves at the tops of the palm trees.

Add jagged lines near the trees and rocks to give contour to the beach.


Draw zig zag lines on palm fronds

Put some stripes on the boat’s sail

Use lines in front of the wave and to the coconuts


Add Texture

Give form to the palm leaves with long, jagged lines.

Use a pair of curved lines to make stripes on the boat's sail.

Sketch a few more waves on the surface of the sea.

Put in short lines on the front surface of the first wave.

Add very short lines to the coconuts.


Shade the tree trunks by adding lines

Add dots above the waves

Add more lines to the water for waves far away


Finish Your Drawing

Use a series of diagonal parallel lines to shade one side of the tree trunks, the sail boat, and the rock.

Complete the drawing with dots and squiggles to show the foam of a breaking wave.

­Add several lines to the surface of the water.