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Jul 24, 2014

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Thiebaud Ice Cream Cones: Free Lesson Plan Download

Level: K-2 Art Education Lesson Plan

Art Elements: Shape

Art Skills: Painting, Drawing

Art History: Wayne Thiebaud

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My students find the puffy shaving cream paint used in this lesson magical. It’s easy to make and fun to use. Plus, this lesson is a great connection to art history for your youngest students. These make a fantastic hallway display. Just be sure to put up a “No Touching” sign! We’ve featured Thiebaud-inspired lessons before on AOE. If  you’re looking for something for your older students, check out Jessica’s oil pastel and clay Theibaud-inspired lessons!

This great Art Ed lesson plan is 100% FREE to download! Use it in your classroom and share with your colleagues. For more free lessons like this one, visit our Lessons Page and download them all!

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  • Merry Anderson

    Hi Jessica-
    I couldn’t get this lesson with large enough print to read when I downloaded it.
    I clicked on “Click to download free lesson plan” but it stayed too small.
    Can you redo this? I love this lesson!

    • http://www.artbke.blogspot.com/ Amanda Heyn

      Hi Merry,

      It seems to be working. When you click in the middle of the image, it should take you to a new screen with a PDF version of the lesson. If it’s still not working, let us know and we’ll email you a copy!

  • michelle meade

    I am having the same problem- I click the down load button and it just shows the small one inbeded in the web page. Then if I click the view button it does show the pdf but does not offer a down load option there. I am new to your site and need do my lesson plans for the year this week. Please assist.

    • http://www.artbke.blogspot.com/ Amanda Heyn

      Hi Michelle, If you can get to the large PDF in your browser, you can click, “File” and then “Save As” to save it to your computer. Hope that helps!