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History of Tempera 2:26
Comparing Paint 5:25
Benefits to Using Tempera 4:12
Types of Tempera
Liquid Tempera 10:05
Tempera Cakes 7:34
Specialty Tempera 7:40
Tools and Materials 11:20
Tempera Project Ideas
Beginner Project 6:20
Intermediate Project 9:12
Advanced Project 7:11
Taking It To The Next Level
Mixed-Media Projects 3:35
Tying in Contemporary Art 3:34
Tips/Tricks and Advanced Techniques 5:19
Supply Management 5:26
Clean Up and Storage 4:14
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
4 PD Hours
1 Select effective materials and strategies for teaching tempera techniques to students.
2 Plan lessons that utilize tempera according to age and ability level.
3 Organize tempera supplies, including paint, brushes, and other materials.
Tempera paint is one of the most versatile and affordable mediums for elementary classrooms, but are you maximizing this multifaceted art material? Join veteran elementary art educator Sarah Krajewski as she takes a deep dive into everything that tempera has to offer. Whether it is unusual types of tempera, hacks for storing your tempera materials, or a wealth of tempera-based lesson ideas, this PRO Pack has everything you need to revisit this art room staple.
7. Media and Techniques
A. Selects best practices when teaching media and techniques to students
B. Scaffolds media and technique skills for students according to age and ability level
12. Physical Space
C. Maintains the organization of supplies and student work
Elementary Art Teacher, AOEU Writer, and PRO Facilitator
Sarah Krajewski is an elementary art educator in Wisconsin. Her teaching philosophy is mirrored in her classroom mantra: "I am positive. I am creative. I am mindful. I am amazing. I am an artist.”