This worksheet is designed as a short exercise in drawing human figures in the style of the Ancient Egyptians. The Ancient Egyptians used a 'canon of proportions' which dictated how the figure would be drawn. Students draw a 'modern' representation of an Egyptian figure, using the sample and grid t
This pack from the Art Curator for Kids includes 20 ready-to-use worksheets for use with individual works of art. The worksheets in this document are designed to work with lots of different types of artworks, so you can just pick an artwork, print a worksheet, and start the activity. Each has instruc
☆☆☆☆ Engage your students with a fun and creative lesson about daily routine! ☆☆☆☆
This is a complete set for an in-depth study of the two paintings by Norman Rockwell A Day in the Life of a Boy and A Day in the Life of a Girl to go along with
These Ancient Greece centers are perfectly aligned with CKLA’s Domain 3 on the ancient Greek civilization. Reviewing what you have taught will not only fun and engaging, but simple for you to prepare and organize. These centers were designed with teacher-ease in mind. They only take minutes to print
Become a famous artist for a day with these high quality coloring pages. Remaster the classic paintings of these artists:
Salvador Dali-The Persistence of Memory
Vincent van Gogh-The Starry Night
Henri Rousseau-The Sleeping Gypsy
Diego Rivera-The Flower Carrier
Winslow Homer-Snap the Whip
This is a two page Art Critique set that helps to breakdown the sometimes overwhelming process of critiquing artwork. It includes a worksheet that students can complete to critique a piece of artwork in a broken down, more understandable way. The second page is a set of 'crit cards' students can use
This bundled document (PDF) has ALL 50 worksheets of the set. These worksheets can be used for early finishers or when extra students arrive to your room and having them continue on with their projects is problematic. Each worksheet asks the same questions in language that elementary aged students ca
Monuments Men movie guide and the real life story behind the movie. Movie viewing guide with includes fifteen questions and an answer key. Also included is Information about the art in the movie, a postcard activity, and questions are included. All items are editable.
Your students will love these high quality coloring pages. This pack includes 8 of van Gogh’s most famous works. They include:
Fishing Boats on the Beach
Starry Night Over the Rhone
The Langlois Bridge
The Night Café
Wheat Field with Cypresses
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This document (DOC) has 10 worksheets. These worksheets can be used for early finishers or when extra students arrive to your room and having them continue on with their projects is problematic. Each worksheet asks the same questions in language that elementary aged students can understand that als
Teach a variety of techniques to create perspective drawing to your students! Teach about perspective, the history of perspective drawing, one-point cube perspective, one-point perspective, two-point perspective, and one-point room perspective drawing. This product also takes student
Use this fun and colorful word search worksheet when studying a unit or lesson on the Renaissance. There are 30 vocabulary words to search for in the puzzle and students will be reviewing their knowledge and spelling as they enjoy the hunt.
The list of words to look for are: Apprentice, Ballet, C
This is a short worksheet designed to guide the elementary student through gathering biographical information of an artist. When used in conjunction with the "Artist Biography Questionnaire" worksheet (also created by Lorien Peiken), this worksheet will provide the student with details needed to writ
Looking at art is easy for most students, but responding with thought is a challenge. This flow chart uses the Feldman Process of critical response to break down the process into four simple steps (using student-friendly language) and guiding questions. Included is a blank worksheet for students to
I created these six worksheets for my third grade art ELL students.
They are Open-Ended critiques for:
Open Ended, is usually a student directed process, where they can draw their feelings, emotions, reactions to the art work
This packet is a set of 7 worksheets showing the 7 art elements discovered in the art work of Pop Artist, Romero Britto. They are open ended worksheets that include the definitions of each art element. Students can see examples of the art elements in Britto's various art works: drawings, prints, pain
This is a two-page handout that provides an overview of the Middle Ages in Europe. It specifically discusses the feudal system and the roles between peasants and the kings.
Page two of the handout asks students questions to respond to in order to compose an artist statement that coincides with an a
With these worksheets any child can create an artistic masterpiece! These are also a great introduction in art history with a collection of different artists and art movements.
1 - A Sunday Afternoon - Seurat
2 - American Gothic - Wood
3 - Ballet Rehearsal on Stage - Degas
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This lesson is composed of 2 complementary parts:
❑ a booklet to read (9 pages + 1 cover ) in two versions (colour and black and white)
❑ 3 worksheets to complete (in two versions too).
Students read the booklet and find inform
☆☆☆☆ Engage your students with a complete lesson plan about WWI ☆☆☆☆
Here is a set of 7 worksheets related to WWI, trench warfare and Christmas Truce designed for EFL French students based on my lesson.
In Greek Mythology Nike is the goddess who personified triumph and victory. Your students’ familiarity with Nike, the athletic shoe company just might motivate them to want to learn about Nike, The Winged Victory masterpiece located in Paris’ Louvre Museum. I think having your students read this one
Let’s explore American Art!
Show your students that art and art history are fun!
This scavenger hunt is a great way to have your students really look at the details in a painting!
I love to explore American Art and who doesn’t love a good scavenger hunt? This is great activity to use during an A
This packet has 14 printable, open-ended worksheets. Your students will learn about artists who painted circles in their art, different cultures who use circles and the nature of circles in art and math.
1. Robert Delauney - Orphism
2. Kandinsky - Abstract Expression
Oh No! The Uffizi Art Museum has been bombed and artwork is disorganized (based on actual events). Students use clues to determine which pieces go with which era (Classical, Medieval or Renaissance). Recently completely revised, this lesson is an incredibly versatile art investigation lesson set that
These art vocabulary handouts can be kept throughout the class and used as a way to teach important art vocabulary words! This handout is simple and to the point and I've found it very useful for helping students remember the names of key concepts and vocab. The art vocabulary handout asks students t
Give students an authentic reason to think critically and write purposefully using famous paintings or their own art work.
Integrate writing and critical thinking with art and extend art history lessons with these art reflection worksheets which introduce students to art analysis and art critique. T
This handout can be used when teaching color theory. I have students practice mixing primary colors to create the rest of the colors in the color wheel. Students can use crayons, color pencils, paint, etc...... While students color they work to fill in the answers at the bottom of the worksheet. I us
These worksheets are designed to go along with my Renaissance Art Powerpoint. All visuals from the powerpoint are on these worksheets to help differentiate between Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance art.
The worksheets culminate with an ORQ on the How Art Reflects the TIme Period from which it wa
Here is a fun oil pastel lesson about perspective for elementary age students that connects a famous artist with the Common Core.
The lesson introduces students to the artwork of American painter Jamie Wyeth. Wyeth has multiple paintings featuring pumpkins. This lesson introduces students to foregro
This 32 page power point is filled with resource worksheets for students to understand the unique style and content of graffiti. It is also filled with facts and information about the street artist BANKSY in addition to great images of his work. This powerpoint has essential questions and is an inter
SHADING WORKSHEET BUNDLE
These worksheets are a great exercise for students in grades 2-6 as a precursor to any lesson on shading with a pen or pencil or using color and value. Introduce the shading technique of value by pressing and lightening up on the pencil. Students should fill in the values o
Impressionism is an art style that developed in France in the late 19th century. Young painters used new techniques to paint outdoor scenes. They experimented a lot with different forms of light and colour. Impressionists wanted to show the viewer how a landscape looked at different times of the day
This worksheet is a simple cut-and-paste activity made for young children. It uses the painting Cafe terrace at night, by Vincent Van-Gogh.
Teachers should print one copy for each child, and children should use scissors and glue to place the missing pieces in the correct location.
This worksheet us
This is a 1 or 2 day lesson and study of Tennyson's poem "The Lady of Shalott." Students will annotate the text for imagery and tone. Then compare the poem to a painting inspired by the poem.
This is a student centered discovery learning activity. Do not feel as though you need to know everything
Help kids learn about famous artists with these simple printable artists forms. They work for a study about any artist and include a spot for:
• Artist Name
• Background Information
• Artist Style
• Spot for picture of one of the artists famous pieces
• What child likes most about the artists or pa
Compare and Contrast is one of the most important ELA skills. But why not mix things up by having students compare and contrast two paintings instead of two works of literature or nonfiction?
In this lively, week-long unit, students compare and contrast different aspects of two wonderful paintings.
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1 Completed Historical Stick figure filled out with answers
2 Blank Historical Stick Figure
3 Mass copies of the "face" of the historical person to print/cut/hand out to class (regardless of grade level, sometimes students find the hi
These 2 worksheets, "Paintings are...", show famous works of art that depict the 6 different types of paintings. Each painting is referenced by Title and Artist. There is a section where the children can draw their version.
First page: Landscape, Portrait and Seascape
Second page: Still Life, Abstrac
This is the art word search from my book:
Find your Creativity: 40 Lessons to Explore, Learn, and Treasure
where children get to actually experience and learn about these art vocabulary words. Becuase every child deserves to learn the right way to talk about art! Enjoy :)
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Create a color wheel with your Kinders!! I found it is hard to find Kinder Art projects (not CRAFT projects). We created a color wheel and turned it into a hot air balloon. We used watercolor paint, crayons, a worksheet (which is attached to this power-point!), and w
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A wonderful exit slip in the style of a twitter board. Have students fill out what they learned today and post on the wall before they leave or collect as they walk out. Great exit slip strategy!
-three exit slips to one sheet of paper
I created this worksheet to accompany my PowerPoint lesson - Lines in Art (available in my store). The worksheet is meant to be used as by your students as a guideline for recreating their own version of the famous painting known as "The Scream" by Edvard Munch. The students draw themselves on the br
Choose a different work of art each week for your students to analyze, and then use these graphic organizers to help guide students as they learn how to evaluate the art. Each day's task is open enough to fit any type of artwork you choose. These graphic organizers connect the artistic process of res
This is a wonderful worksheet with information about the artist Frida Kahlo. It has an overview, vocabulary, 5 fun facts and images of the artists work. These are great for elementary level students as well as middle school aged students. It has quick and simple information for students to get a gras
In this ready-to-go, Common Core Aligned biographical article and activity mini-unit about Frida Kahlo, the brilliant Mexican painter, beginner to intermediate ESL students practice reading and responding to informational text. It can be used for an in-class activity, homework, or an emergency sub pl
This is a great exercise for students in grades 2-6 as a precursor to any lesson on shading with a pen or pencil. Introduce the shading technique of value by pressing and lightening up on the pencil. Students should fill in the values of the shading bar and the gradient bar. They should also use tho
Take your students on a virtual visit to the world famous Louvre art museum in Paris, France. Students will play the role of Cultural Ambassador as they are guided through the museum by questions concerning the history and contents of the museum. Finally, students reflect on their visit, French cultu
This is an introduction to the Visual Arts. It is designed to be open-ended worksheets that children may complete themselves.
There is a famous work of art, along with the artist's name and date created. And, there is a space for the students to create their own version. Open Ended, is usually a
This is a simplified overview of Pointillism, founded by Georges Seurat. It gives a brief background of how Seurat came to develop the movement after van Gogh and the Impressionists. It features several short fill-in-the-blank statements that I use to ensure students are paying attention while being