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Week 1: - Introduction to abstract art: Discuss what abstract art is and show examples of famous abstract artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian. - Elements of abstract art: Introduce the elements of art such as line, shape, color, and texture, and how they can be used in abstract art. - Warm-up activity: Have students create a small abstract artwork using only lines and shapes.

Week 2: - Color exploration: Discuss the use of color in abstract art and how it can evoke emotions. Show examples of abstract artworks that use different color schemes such as monochromatic, complementary, and analogous. - Color mixing activity: Have students experiment with mixing primary colors to create secondary colors and create a color wheel. - Abstract color study: Have students create an abstract artwork using a specific color scheme of their choice.

Week 3: - Texture exploration: Discuss how texture can be used in abstract art to add interest and depth. Show examples of abstract artworks that use different textures such as smooth, rough, and patterned. - Texture rubbing activity: Have students go on a texture hunt around the school or their homes and create texture rubbings using crayons or pencils. - Abstract texture study: Have students create an abstract artwork using different textures they have collected or created.

Week 4: - Composition and balance: Discuss how composition and balance play a role in abstract art. Show examples of abstract artworks that have different compositions and discuss how they create balance or imbalance. - Collage activity: Have students create a collage using different shapes, colors, and textures to create an abstract composition. - Final project: Have students create a larger abstract artwork using all the elements and techniques they have learned throughout the unit. Encourage them to experiment and be creative with their compositions.

Throughout the unit, provide opportunities for students to reflect on their own artwork and the artwork of their peers. Encourage them to discuss what they like about their own work and what they find interesting or inspiring in others’ work.