Haunted ARt Halloween Activity
PreK - 6th, Homeschool
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- This bundle includes everything you need for a Scream Fest!The step-by-step mixed media painting lesson of The Scream by Edvard MunchThe Haunted ARt Augmented Reality Activity (which includes the Scream)The Enter the Scream Green Screen ResourceSee my newsletter to learn more about this SCREAM FESTPrice $10.00Original Price $13.00Save $3.00
You are in for an amazing treat when you realize the tricks you can play with this fun augmented reality Halloween ARt activity!
I designed this augmented reality Halloween activity for my entire K-5 school to experience.
- Print the activity sheets. You do not have to print them in color.
- Download the Eyejack App (free) on a mobile device from the app store or google play
- Engage students in questions before they scan the activity sheets so that they can watch the magical animations with purpose
- Starry Night: Is the animation in the foreground, middle ground, or background?
- Mona Lisa: What objects are overlapping her? Is anything transparent?
- The Scream: Why is the figure changing sizes?
- Find an art book, poster, or postcard with a printed version of any of these paintings and see what will happen when you scan them now. (Eyejack app will remember the QR code from the activity sheet provided and you can experience the Augmented Reality again).
- BONUS! I added a storybook cover animation/activity sheet. Read the book, I'm Not Afraid of the Haunted House to your K-3 students. It's a little young for my 4th and 5th graders but they enjoy it too. I include a video of myself reading it as well.
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
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