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Teaching Art History through Children's Literature with Free Art Timeline for Kids - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Teach art history through children's literature with this huge book list organized according to art movement and free printable art timeline for kids!
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valentina londoño saved to arte
This sculpture by Ryan Johnson shows motion by the blurring lines making it appear as if he is running. The emotion I’m feeling is rushed.
Molly Kopinsky saved to motion & emotion
These are my most recent "Quicky Art History" time lines which I use to teach surveys of art history. I hope you find them interesting and useful.
Laura Morales saved to Art class ideas
After studying the avant-garde movement of Futurism, in the classes of Grade 9 we decided to reproduce the movement of a figure using the method of overlapping sequences and force lines used by the…
Sara Howard saved to Art Lessons
You are the most delicious industrial revolution.
Lori Baxter saved to Art Education Ideas
I have always had a fascination with Russian art, Constructivism in particular, and have recently discovered Suprematism. Suprematism was an art movement, focused on basic geometric forms, such as…
Andy has designed an alphabet celebrating some of the worlds best known and important international artists of the last 100 years. Each artist’s portrait reflects their work or image. The pos…
Marilyn Hower saved to curriculum ideas
For all of my 25 years of teaching art I have introduced my students to the great movements of art. Though vast and dizzying in it's array, I have chosen to start with the Renaissance, and end with...
Poppie Ward saved to Art Teacher
There are so many ways to teach Picasso portraits, I'm working with 3rd grade so I wanted to keep it simple. I'll show them some of Picasso's Portraits and then go into the project - demonstrating each step. I'm going to ask them to create diagonal folds, not even folds that create squares on their page, but more random folds. They should make about 5 folds and then using a ruler go over the fold lines with a sharpie. Looking at the lines on their page and turning it around from different…
Angelica Gdesign saved to Quick Saves