FAME 1.1 Klee Paul Klee “Sinbad at Seaâ€‌ (1928) Colorful geometric oil pastel painting. Stage 1:
FAME 1.1 Klee Paul Klee “Sinbad at Seaâ€‌ (1928) Colorful geometric oil pastel painting. Stage 1:

FAME 1.1 Klee Paul Klee “Sinbad at Seaâ€‌ (1928) Colorful geometric oil pastel painting. Stage 1:

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  • FAME Lesson 1.1 Paul Klee “Sinbad at Sea” (1928) Colorful geometric oil pastel painting.

    Student Materials 1. Cardboard Mat 2. Grid Sheet 3. Ruler 4. Transparency Sheet 5. Black Paper 6. Black Sharpie

    7. Oil Pastels 8. Circle Di-cut 9. Tape 10. FAME label 11. Glue Stick

    Stage 2: Pass out cardboard mat, transparency sheets, black sharpie, ruler and one strip of tape about 2 inches or less.

    Secure the transparency sheet cen- tered on top of the grid sheet with the tape. With a ruler trace your pencil lines with the black sharpie on to the transparency sheet. You may need to trace twice to make sure all the lines are consistent. Detach your grid sheet and turn over the transparency. You may recycle your grid sheet or take home as a coloring sheet

    Stage 3: Pass out oil pastels.

    Make sure you color on the op- posite side of the black sharpie drawing. Color in all the shapes. It is best to start with the lighter colors (white, yellow, light orange and light pinks) so that they do not bleed into dark colors. Rotate your transparancy as you color. This will help prevent the side of your hand rubbing the colors together. Apply a little bit of pressure when color- ing to fi ll in the shapes. Have fun with all the various colors.

    Stage 4: Pass out glue, FAME label, black paper, and two more strips of tape (about 2 inches).

    Write name on FAME label and glue it on to the back side of the black paper. Center the oil pastel colored side of the transparency on to the black paper and tape along two opposite ends.

    Stage 1: Pass out Grid sheet and circle di-cut.

    In pencil, draw your castle on the grid paper free hand. Use circle di-cut if needed. You will use a ruler in the next step. Experiment with different geometric shapes to build your castle.

    NOTE Pass out items in stages.

    STAGE 1: Grid sheet, circle di-cut, and personal pencil

    STAGE 2: Cardboard mat, transparency sheet, black sharpie, ruler and tape. Place art work on carboard to prevent sharpie stains on desks.

    STAGE 3: Oil pastels. STAGE 4: Black paper and two more strips of tape. Make sure to show all examples to the students to show them a variety of shapes.

    • FAME lesson binder, blue tooth speaker and speaker with battery. • FAME label container

    • Grid Sheets • Ruler • Transparency Sheet • Black Paper

    • Black Sharpie • Oil Pastels • Circle Di-cut • Cardboard Mat

    • Tape • Glue

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    UPPER GRADES

    NOTE Pass out items in stages.

  • FAME Lesson 1.1 Paul Klee “Sinbad at Sea” (1928) Colorful geometric oil pastel painting.

    Stage 1: Pass out cardboard mat, grid sheet template, transparency sheets, black sharpie and one strip of tape about 2 inches or less.

    Secure the transparency sheet cen- tered on top of the grid sheet tem- plate with the tape. With a ruler trace the lines on the template with the black sharpie on to the transparency sheet. You may need to trace twice to make sure all the lines are consistent. Detach your grid sheet and turn over the transparency. Please return the template grid sheet to the cart to be reused.

    Stage 2: Pass out oil pastels.

    Make sure you color on the op- posite side of the black sharpie drawing. Color in all the shapes. It is best to start with the lighter colors (white, yellow, light orange and light pinks) so that they do not bleed into dark colors. Rotate your transparancy as you color. This will help prevent the side of your hand rubbing the colors together. Apply a little bit of pressure when color- ing to fi ll in the shapes. Have fun with all the various colors.

    Stage 3: Pass out glue, FAME label, color paper and two more strips of tape (about 2 inches).

    Write name on FAME label and glue it on to the back side of the colored paper. Center the oil pastel colored side of the transparency on to the colored paper and tape along two opposite ends.

    NOTE Pass out items in stages.

    STAGE 1: Cardboard mat, grid sheet template, transparency sheet, black sharpie, ruler, and two strips of tape. Place art work on carboard to prevent sharpie stains on desks.

    NOTE Pass out items in stages.

    LOWER GRADES

    STAGE 2: Oil pastels.

    STAGE 3: Black paper and two more strips of tape. template

    Student Materials 1. Cardboard Mat 2. Grid Sheet 3. Ruler 4. Transparency Sheet 5. Colored Paper 6. Black Sharpie

    7. Oil Pastels 8. Circle Di-cut 9. Tape 10. FAME label 11. Glue Stick

    • FAME lesson binder, blue tooth speaker and speaker with battery. • FAME label container

    • Grid Sheets • Ruler • Transparency Sheet • Black Paper

    • Black Sharpie • Oil Pastels • Circle Di-cut • Cardboard Mat

    • Tape • Glue

    Cart Contents