Impressionisme (Impressionist Art in French) Inspecteur Speaking ActivityQuick View

Impressionisme (Impressionist Art in French) Inspecteur Speaking Activity

Mixer activity with 36 students sheets; each one has 4 answers, to share with others, and 4 questions. All statements tell which artist painted a specific painting: Claude Monet a peint Le pont japonais. May be used with any text as a general introduction to Impressionism, post-impressionism and surrealism.
Impressionist painting activity Monet styleQuick View

Impressionist painting activity Monet style

It is an art activity to discover the** impressionist style** and paint in the style of the impressionist painter Claude** Monet**. Students will analyze the artist’s style and its specificity to create a work inspired by the painting “the woman with the parasol” with various techniques. This initiation to the history of the arts of painting and more particularly to the impressionist technique allows to develop the sense of observation and therefore the creativity of the students. The model to be painted is included. From the last year of kindergarten, students love this activity.
Art activities in sthe style of the impressionist painter C. MonetQuick View

Art activities in sthe style of the impressionist painter C. Monet

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These are artistic activities to discover the paintings of the** impressionist** painter Claude Monet: “the nympheas” and “woman with a parasol” and to create works inspired by his style. The nympheas the students will study different techniques to create nympheas: how to draw these flowers lillies and also how to create relief flowers by folding with paper handkerchiefs. The** woman with the parasol** Students will be introduced to the Impressionist movement and create a painting with Impressionist techniques. This activity, which is also an introduction to the history of the arts of painting, will allow them to create magnificent works of art while developing their sense of observation and their creativity. All models and instructions are included.
Oil Pastel - Activity Pack - ImpressionismQuick View

Oil Pastel - Activity Pack - Impressionism

Art lesson plan focusing on oil pastels is helpful when introducing students to the medium. Using Impressionist style as a focus with an experiment page and template along with a two page demonstration of a tree drawn in the Impressionist style. This resource is a fantastic introduction to the oil pastel medium. It is composed of two activities: Pages 1, 2 & 3: Pastel Techniques, Example Sheet & Template Sheet A techniques-focused activity that guides students through the fundamental elements such as handling materials, mark-making, and the related terminology. Students are required to refer to the example sheet while recreating the various techniques on the template sheet. Pages 4 & 5: Impressionist Style Pastel Tree Provides clear and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions on how to use oil pastels to draw a tree in the Impressionist style. It features a series of steps students can follow. Each step is numbered, with written instructions and accompanying images. This Lesson Pack is appropriate for teachers wishing to support their students to build an understanding of the medium and its related terminology, and to combine the various oil pastel techniques with their observational skills. Pages: 5 Materials: Paper, Oil Pastels, Scrap paper for cleaning pastels Elements Focus: Color, Texture Copyright Notice: This work is copyright. You may download, display, print and reproduce this material in unaltered form for educational purposes only. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, all other rights reserved. Reproduction or distribution in part or whole, without written permission from NetSpaceArts Ltd, is prohibited.
Les impressionnistesQuick View

Les impressionnistes

Introduction and activities related to impressionism paintings Slide 1: Title with one of the most famous painting of the impressionist movement (Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette from Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1876) Slide 2: Introduction of “Romantic”, previous movement to “Impressionism”. Slide 3 - 6: Example of Romantic paintings showing historical scenes and their details. Slide 7: Overview of impressionism. Slide 8: Impressionist painting port de morlaix. Slide 9: show differences in details of the drawings. Slide 10: four paintings which highlights the particularities of impressionism paintings. Slide 11-17: most famous impressionist painters highlighting the particularities of impressionism paintings. (painting names in the notes) Slide 18: Specificity of Claude Monet’s paintings. Slide 19: other specificities of impressionist paintings. Slide 20-23: Famous impressionist paintings.
Artistic activity on Monet's NympheasQuick View

Artistic activity on Monet's Nympheas

It is an artistic activity to discover the paintings of the water lilies painted by the impressionist painter Claude Monet from his water garden in Giverny in France and to create water flowers in the painter’s style. Students will learn about the artist and then study different ways to create nympheas and different techniques to create a work inspired by the painting of Monet. Students will learn how to draw these flowers and also how to create relief flowers by folding with paper tissues. This art activity will allow them to create magnificent works of art while developing their sense of observation and their creativity. All models and instructions are included.
Impressionism/Post-Impressionism worksheetQuick View

Impressionism/Post-Impressionism worksheet

A ‘contrast & compare’ worksheet looking a Impressionist & Post-Impressionist paintings. Perfect for a starter activity, plenary, extension task, or to encourage disciplinary literacy within the subject.
All About Oil Pastel - No Prep Lesson Pack - Sub Art Plans - Middle SchoolQuick View

All About Oil Pastel - No Prep Lesson Pack - Sub Art Plans - Middle School

**‘All about Oil Pastels’ **is a complete no prep sequence of oil pastel art lessons that covers many aspects of the medium. Inspired by Impressionists, it has everything you need to teach this beautiful medium to a range of capabilities. **Includes: **Practical step by step lessons, art literacy, art history. Can be used as a set or as seperate activities. Also contains guides on presenting final artworks and assessment tools and lesson planners to leave for a Sub plan or to assist in getting the most out of the package. 7 learning activities which make up 3 major projects, each with a ‘Project Outline for Teachers’ (including relevant art history & literacy-focused theoretical material, activity templates, & teacher answer guides) A session-by-session ‘Lesson Planner’ for teachers (lesson stages & pacing, discussion questions, vocabulary words/definitions, & additional learning support strategies) 6 assessment rubrics based on the US National Core Arts Standards (for individual activities & the complete unit) Below is a break-down of the resources included in the individual projects. Project 1: Oil Pastel Techniques ‘A Short History of the Medium’ information sheet ‘Oil Pastel Techniques Description Guide’, ‘Examples Guide’ & ‘Template’ 3 Gridded ‘Observational Drawing Templates’ (with supporting assessment material) Project 2: Impressionist Style Artwork ‘Impressionism Information Sheet’, ‘Critical Reflection’ & ‘Answer Guide for Teachers’ (introduction to the Impressionist movement with supporting assessment material) ‘Impressionism Word Search’ & ‘Impressionism Crossword’ ‘Seashell Art’ worksheet & ‘Pastel Seashell’ step-by-step guide with 4 gridded image templates (with supporting assessment material) ‘Impressionist Style Pastel Tree’ step-by-step guide with 3 gridded image templates (with supporting assessment material) Project 3: Final Artwork Using the Design Process ‘Final Artwork Idea Development Techniques’ worksheet (with supporting assessment material) ‘The Design Process Journal Example’ (pictorial guide on how to create a visual record of engagement in the design process (with supporting assessment material) ‘From Idea to Artwork’ worksheet (with supporting assessment material) ‘Final Artwork Mounting for Presentation’ guide ‘Final Artwork Personal Evaluation’ worksheet (with supporting assessment material) Copyright Notice This work is copyright. You may download, display, print and reproduce this material in unaltered form for educational purposes only. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, all other rights reserved. Reproduction or distribution in part or whole, without written permission from NetSpaceArts Ltd, is prohibited.
37 Art Figures ~ Art History Figures ~ Creative ~ like Paper DollsQuick View

37 Art Figures ~ Art History Figures ~ Creative ~ like Paper Dolls

The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. 37 Art Figures ~ Art History Figures ~ Creative ~ like Paper Dolls These are 37 art figures which were made digitally by turning the central figure into a silhouette and then filling that image with paintings from art history. These are very fun images and can be used in varied classroom activities. Also good for your class web site and for real or virtual bulletin board. Some of the artists included in these figures are: Monet, Manet, Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, Sisley, Seurat, Titian, Tintereto, Fra Anglico, Raphael, Rousseau, Van Gogh, Renoir, Morisot, Cassatt, Michaelangelo, Degas, DaVinci, Botticelli, Bonnard. Some of the art movements are Impressionist, Post Impressionist, Renaissance, Cubist, etc.,
Modern Art movement project plan No. 1 with starters and glossary and evaluation.Quick View

Modern Art movement project plan No. 1 with starters and glossary and evaluation.

This links to Modern movement project and has activities for starters and a list of activities to take place weekly. It has a Glossary with it for the project. it has an evaluation for project. Also resources for students to understand the movements. There is a separate bundle for the whole project- with all the schemes for each movement with starter activities. But, the outcomes are successful and students enjoy learning about the art movements and making cup-cakes in the various art styles. WEEKLY 1 Discuss Art themes 2 Realistic drawing of a cup-cake and shading skills in book 3 Pop Art – To make a 2D relief cup cake using paper cut shapes 4 To draw a cake/biscuit e using the Cubism Collage and capturing geometric shapes light to dark 5 Continuation of drawing of biscuit/cake but doing this in Paint now and capture bright colours- Fauvism 6 Expressionism Doing a polyprint of cup-cake drawing in print and rolling ink 7Doing a Neo-impressionist cake drawing 8 and 9 Surrealism outcome –adding magical creature to cake Presentation of cupcake stands Evaluation of project
The Great Art Quest: Visual Art and StorytellingQuick View

The Great Art Quest: Visual Art and Storytelling

Visual Art and Storytelling activities by professional storytellers and artists experienced in delivering workshops for children. The storytelling activities encourage children to look critically at artwork and work in groups to think up stories based on the chosen pictures. The art activities cover several artforms, including drawing, 3D installations, animation and clay. A running theme is learning about the environment and nature through art, with many of the activities focussing on the outdoors: trees, plants, seeds, found and natural objects, waste etc.
Impressionism Painting WorksheetQuick View

Impressionism Painting Worksheet

Impressionism Painting Worksheet The A4 PDF Work sheet looks at different forms of painting and artist that were predominant within the movements, a brief overview of impressionism, tips on impressionist inspired painting techniques, and the painting activity. The activity id to look outside your window, using either oil pastels or watercolours create what you see on a piece of A4 paper. Can be used as part of a scheme of work, as a stand alone lesson, a home learning activity, blended learning activity, extension task or cover lesson.
Odilon Redon SEMI AnalysisQuick View

Odilon Redon SEMI Analysis

Post impressionist painter Odilon Redon SEMI Analysis worksheet ‘SEMI’ is an acronym used with in art to describe the Subject, Elements, Media and Intention of a piece of work. - Students can follow to structure to critically analyse the Redon images provided. This worksheet can be used as part of a lesson, starter activity, home learning activity or as an extension task.
Edgar Degas' quotes on painting & life in Paris' Impressionism - free resource, French art historyQuick View

Edgar Degas' quotes on painting & life in Paris' Impressionism - free resource, French art history

Edgar Degas’ in quotes - the famous Paris artist on his painting art & life in France’ Impressionism - free resource for students, pupils and teachers in French art history . Edgar Degas’ artist quotes illustrate the surprising fact that he was a rather active and organizing artist in the group of the Impressionist painters. He attributed a lot to the famous Impressionist exhibitions, organized as an alternative for the official Paris Salon. Degas wrote about his relations with other artists, o. a. his friendship with Edouard Manet. Degas’ quotes show moreover that he was in fact the only not-Impressionist between all the Impressionist artists, because he hated to paint outdoor. He disliked the color-mix of Monet and other artists; he was very critical om that color-mixture which made him mad, see the quote below. He loved and adored the classical painters - they were his inspiration!. Degas has become most famous for his many paintings of ballerina-dancers. Many of his quotes here are taken from his letters. . Some selected artist-quotes of the famous French artist Edgar Degas - as a short introduction of his extended quotes in the PDF: ’I am busy on a portrait of my aunt and my two cousins… .I am doing it as if I were doing a picture… .The older one is really a lovely thing, the younger one has the devil in her as well as the kindness of an angel. I am doing them with their black dresses and little white pinafores which suit them delightfully’ - Degas’ quote, in a letter to his friend and painter Gustave Moreau, Nov. 1858 ’Make portraits of people in familiar and typical positions, above all give their faces the same choice of expression one gives their bodies. Thus if laughter is typical for a person, make him laugh – there are, naturally, feelings that one cannot render…’ - quote of Degas, in his Notebook of 1869 ’I met Monet himself there, and I said to him, ‘Let me get out of here. Those reflections in the water (in Monet’s paintings at the Durand-Ruell-exhibition) hurt my eyes!’ - Degas’ quote, cited by his art-seller Ambroise Vollard, in his book ‘Degas: An Intimate Portrait’, 1927 . selection of free art-resources on the famous French artist Edgar Degas: extended biographical notes of Degas, on Wikipedia: artist-quotes of ànd about Degas, on Wikiquote: images of the painting art of Degas, on Wikimedia-Commons: . editor: Fons Heijnsbroek / Matrozenhof (FotoDutch on Wikiquote):<br>[]
Vincent Van Gogh; Line and ColourQuick View

Vincent Van Gogh; Line and Colour

An introduction to Vincent Van Gogh and his work through the use of Line and Colour. Using his work we progress through some of his most famous pieces.Through the use of exercises along the way it teaches children to really look at an image, compare two images and learn about how a Post- Impressionist painting is made from line and colour. NB: Please note there are some teacher notes on the 'Starry Night' slide for an activity.
Normandy - Educational Resource PackQuick View

Normandy - Educational Resource Pack

These three packs offer students the opportunity to explore Normandy’s rich, treasured history across three topics. Each of these education packs is full of fascinating facts, figures, pictures, paintings, photographs, glossaries, timelines, quizzes, challenges, games and puzzles, all guaranteed to bring your history lessons to life. Highlights from the packs include a historical detective activity, an exclusive interview with a D-Day veteran, an artistic challenge - ‘Paint like an Impressionist’ and a detailed map of historic Normandy.
Vincent van Gogh Lesson [Worksheets & Presentation]Quick View

Vincent van Gogh Lesson [Worksheets & Presentation]

This complete lesson is perfect for prompting class discussions on the topic of art. Beginning with reading and comprehension exercises on Vincent van Gogh, this lesson will encourage students to express their opinions on post-impressionist art, and then test student’s reading, writing, and speaking skills through challenging activities. I designed this lesson for an intermediate or upper intermediate class (secondary/high school), but the materials can easily be adapted for higher or lower ability. Any of the worksheets can be set as homework, used in a classroom, or in a one-to-one tutoring lesson. This resource includes: Teacher Resources: Teacher’s PowerPoint [7 slides] PowerPoint includes 2 class discussion activities & worksheet answers Worksheets also include glossary for key vocabulary Student Resources / Worksheets: Biography of Vincent van Gogh (including glossary) [Text] Match the Dates with the Biographical Information [Reading Activity] Biography Comprehension Questions [Reading & Writing Activity] Video Link [YouTube] & Comprehension Questions [Listening Activity] Choose an Artwork to Write About [Writing Activity / Homework] Activity answers are included on the PowerPoint Separate worksheets with UK and US spelling


a) familiarise yourself with the French Impressionist painting 'Les Tuileries'. b) plan a series of activities for a visit to Paris using the future tense. c) make suggestions for alternative activities using si . d) make comments about planned activities using ce sera and an adjective. e) predict what Paris will be like in 2050 using il y aura and il n’y aura plus. f) revise the articles au, à la, aux. g) write a short letter to a French friend inviting him/her to visit Paris with you.
James Mayhew video, with teaching resourcesQuick View

James Mayhew video, with teaching resources

A video of author and illustrator James Mayhew entertaining pupils at the BBC. There is also a comprehensive teaching resource pack to help you teach James' books, with lots of cross-curricular activities across literacy, technologies, drama and art. A great resource for cross-curricular work in Art and English.