Sorry for the bad pun, but your students will find that it's truly no probl-llama to create their own air dry clay llamas with Activ-Clay air dry clay! This engaging air dry clay lesson plan teaches students about clay basics, texture, and more!
Every piece of art needs a beautiful display, and what's better than a display that is also a work of art? In this lesson plan, you and your students will learn to create beautiful art display pedestals by constructing an armature and using CelluClay instant paper mache for a beautiful finish!
Sculpture lessons in the art room don't have to be intimidating! Simplify sculpting by using recyclable materials as armatures, and Rigid Wrap plaster cloth as a quick-drying sculpting medium. This free lesson plan shows you how to create a fish sculpture that your students will love!
Answer the call of the wild while sculpting with Activ-Low Fire Clay (formerly known as Blackjack Low-Fire Clay)! This Little Howlers lesson plan from our friend Ruthie Post at Little Budding Artist is an excellent way to introduce students to clay terminology and process.
Students will enjoy working with Blackjack Clay and learning clay terminology as they sculpt and fire their very own bunny rabbit works of art. This free kiln fire clay lesson plan is perfect for most elementary and middle school art rooms!
Students will have so much fun learning about kiln fire clay techniques while making adorable "honey bears" in all shapes and sizes! This lesson plan uses Activ-Low Fire Clay (formerly known as Blackjack Low Fire Clay), and allows students to experience the magic of clay!
Through this lesson, students will learn how to express where they are in the world in a three-dimensional way. Click here for the full lesson plan!
As part of the ACTÍVA Products 2018 Art Teacher Mystery Box Contest, art teacher Amanda Fleischbein created this Three Dimensional Under the Sea Painting. Click here to see the full lesson plan!
Enduring Idea: The Learner will connect art to Ancient Egyptian culture. The learner will artistically create an mock Egyptian Canopic jar using a container brought from home, cardboard, and Rigid Wrap.
Grade Levels: 6th Grade World History – Social Studies