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KS3 Surrealism and one and two point perspective

KS3 Surrealism and one and two point perspective

A set of slides to help students explore Surrealism as a basis for practical work. There are a selection of starter and self reflection activities, as well as longer term lesson activities. To be used as a guide, and should be adapted according to your needs.
ArtnickNick
Art & Design - Complete and highly engaging KS1 & 2 programme package

Art & Design - Complete and highly engaging KS1 & 2 programme package

This unique, complete and highly engaging art and design KS1 & 2 programme package, is aligned to the national curriculum and is for primary school teachers to use to inspire and challenge their pupils; to equip them with the knowledge and skills to experiment, invent and create their own works of art. Sarah is is a very successful UK based professional artist (sarahtaylorart.co.uk) who is passionate about making art more accessible to all people, and in particular to children. Subject content for both KS1 and KS2 is met using this programme package, and the following are available for download and use or adaptation as you need. Supporting videos 00 Meet Sarah Taylor the artist 01 Sarah’s study programme kick off 02 Sarah’s Top Tips for pupils 03 Sarah’s study programme wrap up Teaching aides 04 Sarah’s introductory slideshow 05 Students Workbook 06 Blank lesson plan 07 Lesson plan support sheet To see how a school teacher has recently successfully used this package for her KS2 pupils, please go to: https://sarahtaylorart.co.uk/blogs/news and read the Etchells Primary School articles - parts 1, 2 and 3. “The children were the most engaged they have ever been in an artist and art project” Jo-Anne Mallinson, Deputy Head, Etchells Primary School Please contact customerservice@sarahtaylorart.com if you have any questions at all, or would like to: meet with other teachers that have successfully inspired their pupils using Sarah’s art and design programme package find out how to upload your students’ work to Sarah’s dedicated facebook page for schools create a news article to share your pupils’ work on Sarah’s website discuss fund raising opportunities for your school in conjunction with Sarah Taylor
tallpaul9501
Collage and Eduardo Paolozzi Lesson

Collage and Eduardo Paolozzi Lesson

A powerpoint of a lesson exploring the use of collage with the use of Eduardo Paolozzi’s artworks. Great for KS3. Includes: Powerpoint of lesson from start to end. 4 literacy tasks with a Word Bank helpsheet. A main task using collage with a side-profile template. Self Assessment with a literacy help sheet.
Piper-maru
Graphics and Graffiti worksheets

Graphics and Graffiti worksheets

GREAT VALUE - save 49% (if resources were bought individually These worksheets are perfect for starter tasks, extention tasks, form time cover work or even as part of a bigger project. Just print out and you are ready to go. Happy Teaching :-)
RND86
Worksheet bundle 1

Worksheet bundle 1

GREAT VALUE - save 48% (if resources were bought individually) These worksheets are perfect for starter tasks, extention tasks, form time cover work or even as part of a bigger project. Just print out and you are ready to go. Happy Teaching :-)
RND86
New Orleans Cultural Project

New Orleans Cultural Project

A full scheme of work based on the vibrant culture of New Orleans. inspired by a summer holiday taken last year- includes primary source images. A very interesting SOW that explores drawing, painting a sculpture.
leniharris
Curriculum Map

Curriculum Map

Curriculum map for 2018-2019 based the the schemes of work from my shop. Many of these are free to download.
leniharris
Art Formal Elements Word Search - ideal for lesson starter, plenary, cover, etc...

Art Formal Elements Word Search - ideal for lesson starter, plenary, cover, etc...

A fun art ‘formal elements’ word search PDF file with 17 key terms to find including colour line shape tone form texture space design balance contrast harmony pattern size repetition These print well at A5 (two to an A4 sheet) so are an economical, fun way to embed student learning on literacy, extending vocabulary on any scheme of work. Also a quote from Charles Eames on design. Great for a lesson starter, plenary, cover, literacy, homework, extension or use a word search to maintain focus during tidy up time!
amimamim
Aboriginal art presentation

Aboriginal art presentation

A brief PowerPoint presentation to introduce Aboriginal art. The presentation touches on origin, style and purpose along with mentioning how colours, patterns and symbols are used in Aboriginal art. Suitable for KS1 and KS2 but, it could be used with any age group where a simple introduction to Aboriginal art is required.
ummishaq
Basic Drawing Skills - Scheme of Work - Knowledge Rich Curriculum

Basic Drawing Skills - Scheme of Work - Knowledge Rich Curriculum

Year 7 - Term 1 - Basic Drawing Skills Scheme of Work / Practice Makes Permanent (Literacy Bank) / Assessment and Feedback Materials This resource has been developed in response to the Knowledge Rich Curriculum advocated by teachers, researchers and administrators who have inspired the Free School Movement. It is an attempt to put into practice a fun and engaging Knowledge Rich Curriculum. Traditionally Art is seen purely as an outlet for creativity and expression. However, there is a danger in classrooms of Art not being taken seriously as an academic subject. Without knowledge as the foundation of everything we do in Art, students will lack the ability to be able to draw or realise their creative ideas or designs. Students will be unable to evaluate, critique or learn from other artists effectively . If you want to know more about this movement then I recommend researching the work of Andrew Old, Tom Bennett, Daisy Cristodoulou, Doug Lemov, Robert Peal, Jonathan Simons, Katherine Birbalsingh or James O’Shaughnessy.
SOPHIESPENCER888
Can art heal cultural wounds?

Can art heal cultural wounds?

This lesson explores artist who have expressed their thoughts through art on racism. It also includes a debate with worksheets, artist references, annotations examples of good and bad and creative art making within the lesson objectives.
saxone
10 Colour Rhymes to celebrate the main colours and tones

10 Colour Rhymes to celebrate the main colours and tones

Learning colours is easy with fun, snappy, rhymes, referencing familiar topics. Red, blue, green, pink, yellow, orange, purple, silver, gold, black and white are all highlighted in these rhymes, with grey featuring too. An extra rhyme - Colourful Dragons - brings a whole bunch of them together. They can be read aloud, chanted and clapped together, enacted, discussed and added to. Ideal for Early Years - Year 2, but also fun and thought-provoking for KS2 pupils.
katewilliams_poetry
Sewing Art

Sewing Art

This is a full lesson with lesson objectives, including annotation, artist references and creating art, you will need magazines/photos, sewing materials and scissors to complete this lesson possible risk assessment if needed with needles.
saxone
GCSE Art. Grade Boundary Predictions for 2018

GCSE Art. Grade Boundary Predictions for 2018

If you are struggling to decide where you think the grade boundaries might be for the new AQA GCSE Art specification, this might help. This one page resource provides predictions for where the boundaries might be. Based on analysis of information from the exam board, discussions and scrutiny of previous grade patterns. Please note that this is only a prediction and we will not know for certain until the summer. The resource might just help you formulate your own views though.
StartEducation
12 Rhymes for Sounds + Colours - Bundle

12 Rhymes for Sounds + Colours - Bundle

Clap, chant, act and add to these enjoyable rhymes to enhance phonics and colour teaching. Also great as introductions to poetry, and to support the various topics featured. Ideal for Early Years and KS1. Each rhyme is original and tailored to its purpose, while also being fun and meaningful for young children.
katewilliams_poetry
4 Colour Rhymes - green, pink, blue, silver/gold, EY, KS1-2 - original

4 Colour Rhymes - green, pink, blue, silver/gold, EY, KS1-2 - original

These punchy, fun rhymes each celebrate a colour, listing and describing different items of that colour in ways that bring it to life for children. The ‘green’ one is an action rhyme; the others are best read aloud. Invite further item suggestions for extra verses - they don’t need to rhyme, provided you can sustain the rhythm. Pick one of these to start a phonics, poetry or descriptive writing lesson. Children from Early Years to upper KS2 will find them thought-provoking and stimulating.
katewilliams_poetry
Picasso task

Picasso task

Picasso work sheet and power point. Needs some form of Research materials. put on video in the background.
fin456
GCSE Art Exam

GCSE Art Exam

Use this pack of differentiated lessons & worksheets to help get your GCSE Art students ready for the all-important exam period… Artist Research step-by-step Practical Activities to build & show skills Exemplar materials linked to grade band Art exam & general revision motivation assemblies Target-setting activities Inspiration & much more
thejennii
World Famous Photographs

World Famous Photographs

Four World Famous photos with tasks to complete at the bottom of the page. Could be used as cover or as part of photography analysis lessons.
spb201188
POP ART   LICHTENSTEIN AND WARHOL ART ACTIVITES

POP ART LICHTENSTEIN AND WARHOL ART ACTIVITES

Pop Art Activities After observing selected art works by Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, students produce a still life collage and a computer generated image. Instructions on how to make a collage and how to create a new social media logo are included in this file.
artact4kids
Gustav Klimt artist research & analysis worksheet

Gustav Klimt artist research & analysis worksheet

A two page PDF resource (can be photocopied back to back and laminated for repeated use) on the artist Gustav Klimt. Can be used as a sub lesson during a relevant project (colour, pattern, abstraction, portraiture, Modern Art …), an extension activity, independent study, or as a whole class task. Students are asked to read the information about the artist then answer questions, then show their visual understanding through the identification of motifs in the work. They then create their own practical response to Klimt’s art. The lesson requires minimal materials and can be carried out in a non-specialist classroom. A great introduction to an important 20th century artist whose work is inspiring and engaging for young people.
amimamim
HOLIDAY BUNDLE!

HOLIDAY BUNDLE!

THIS BUNDLE INCLUDES: Holiday and transport pictures Holiday jobs Types of holidays and what to take on holiday Weather and Holidays UOW Questions to ask a pilot Draw a car, cruise ship, train and aeroplane Camping pictures
Lresources4teachers
Art and Artists project for primary partnership schools

Art and Artists project for primary partnership schools

This project will focus on different French-speaking and British artists. The children will learn about who the artists are, where they are from and look at their artwork – deciding whether or not they like/dislike their work. The children will then create their own artwork in the style of that artist. This project is suitable for 2 to as many partner schools as possible.
sofs888
Literacy : Awesome Adjectives (Display)

Literacy : Awesome Adjectives (Display)

**Literacy is a key ingredient to teaching that you expect to find in any classroom. The ‘Awesome Adjectives’ display is a bright and colourful resource that can be used in any subject area to support students with high level pieces of writing. ** This giant ‘describing words’ wall is great for students to refer to whenever they have to complete written analysis tasks. After a class discussion about the meanings of some of the describing words, students can start using them regularly in their writing - leading to the use of high level vocabulary. Print each page on A3 paper to create your display!
ShaniceWelsh
Draw and Paint an AEROPLANE!

Draw and Paint an AEROPLANE!

Draw and paint an ‘AEROPLANE’ following these simple steps! Student sheet and ‘completed’ sheet attached. Appropriate for KS1 or KS2 I’ve also attached a dot to dot sheet (for early finishers)
Lresources4teachers