Art is ..Art is ... Lines Task Cards & Matching Game (10 pages) Artist Artwork
You will download 1 zip file that contains 2 separate files, each containing 5 pgs.
LINE Task Cards
There are 16 Task Cards on 4 jpg sheets to cut out. There is also one Task Card drawing sheet for the student to draw each of the 16 lines. They can look at the Artist's picture to figure out how to draw the line. Words are also written in English, to help emphasize the line's name.
Line Matching/Memory Game
There are 32 cards on 4 jpg sheets to cut out. Each card has the written English name of the line on the side of the card. There are two different cards for each line, that make a match (both have the same "line" written on the side.) Students can play a matching game, a memory game, or just use the cards to practice drawing. There is 1 blank sheet if you want to copy it for students to make their own cards.
I would suggest printing on cardstock, to make the cards more durable and usable. Laminating would also be helpful.
I have used famous art work in order to represent the different types of lines in art. There are so many more than 16. so I just picked out the more common ones.
In no particular order:
I did not include implied iine because it is a harder concept for elementary students to get.
The representative art work is used in accordance with Fair Use in education, because the art work shows the different types of lines in a way no other resource could. It shows the practical application of lines in art work, which is important for art students to understand.
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