Rainforest Art & Design 6 week unit of workQuick View
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Rainforest Art & Design 6 week unit of work

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6 week unit of work linked to curriculum theme - Amazon Rainforest. Throughout this theme, children will explore the work of artists such as Henri Rousseau and contemporary artist Ruth Daniels, to further their understanding in geography and the rainforest regions of South America. These artists give excellent opportunities to discuss composition; where the whole picture is filled with foliage, to compare the observational skills of the artists; to express preferences and extend the use of artistic language and vocabulary.
GCSE Art and Design project checklist: printable handoutQuick View
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GCSE Art and Design project checklist: printable handout

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A handout printable at A4 or A3 with a checklist for GCSE art students to self assess their project. The second page (you can print these back to back) includes the assessment objective headings and the description of a grade 8 to further support self-assessment. Students are asked to consider strengths and weaknesses and to come up with three initial targets. Ideal for mid-point or interim assessment tool, and a document students can revisit to monitor their own progress. Excellent for encouraging independence and support students to take responsibility for their own development. The resource works well with this vocabulary handout and this guide to annotation. New for 2020: EVENT theme mind map is available here and a bundle of mind maps on 7 themes including CROWDS, EXPRESSION, CONCEALMENT, PAPER and more is available here*
Henri Matisse Art and Design project (6 weeks)Quick View
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Henri Matisse Art and Design project (6 weeks)

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Ideal for Remote Learning or Blended Learning- this resource is designed for students to explore Henri Matisse’s work, create an artists research sheet, make a photo collage and an inspired paper cut-out artwork. This project can be delivered online, as all accompanying videos are my own YouTube channel created specifically for this project.
Indivdual assessment for expressive arts & designQuick View
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Indivdual assessment for expressive arts & design

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This is an individual summary sheet for profiles. They have been split with a box for each to add in the date or type of observation eg post it, long observation, photograph etc. We highlight these in different colours for different terms. Development matters 2012 early learning goals ELGs
Expressing feelings through art - Feelings ICEBERGS - complete lesson (outstanding)Quick View
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Expressing feelings through art - Feelings ICEBERGS - complete lesson (outstanding)

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A complete lesson for KS2 linked to PHSCE. Explore how feelings can be expressed by manipulating the elements of art, particularly line and colour. Children learn about the main forms of abstract art and then go on to express themselves in a feelings iceberg (to show how they feel on the surface and underneath in different situations) This was an outstanding lesson in year 5 All images either authors own or sourced from PIXABAY.
Composition in Expressive ArtQuick View
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Composition in Expressive Art

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Powerpoint presentation identifying the various elements of composition in paintings such as focal point, leading lines and viewpoint and how they impact the artwork.
Lockdown Mini Art Project: Inside Looking Out designed for remote learningQuick View
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Lockdown Mini Art Project: Inside Looking Out designed for remote learning

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This mini project, entitled “Inside Looking Out” encourages students working in “lockdown” to generate artwork based on the view through windows and doorways of their home. The PDF brief includes both a practical and written task, that is appropriate for a range of levels (although was originally produced for Level 3). Included in the brief are links to several online articles and blog posts, containing examples of other artists working in lockdown, or with views through the window as their main theme. Included in the brief is an extensive list of artist and designers who have produced work from their window, and these cover a wide range of disciplines including drawing and painting, photography, graphics and printmaking.
Art and Design Skills ProgressionQuick View
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Art and Design Skills Progression

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Use this document to support the slimmed down national curriculum. Key subject specific skills, for example painting, drawing and 3D modeling, mapped out for each year group for Years 1 to 6. Also available in editable word format email webb.gaz@gmail.com website: gwsupport.co.uk
Expressive ArtQuick View
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Expressive Art

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The Expressive Art package is for key stage one learners. The learners will express general different thoughts and feelings on canvas using acrylic paint. The learners will then work in a team to piece together and form one large collage. This will open opportunities for the learners to think about the symbolic representation of colour. The package contains a lesson plan and a colour handout which may help some learners to connect a colour with a mood, thoughts or feelings.
Expressive Arts Termly PlannerQuick View
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Expressive Arts Termly Planner

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This termly planner is one of four that are available as a bundle: RME, Expressive Arts, HWB and ICT. The planner is easy to use and adaptable to suit any stage/curricular area. These particular plans have been designed for a Primary Five class during the first term and follow the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence. The planner includes experiences and outcomes, skills, lesson ideas, key vocabulary, necessary resources, outline of the four capacities as well as a fully editable assessment section. Front cover graphics from mycutegraphics.com.
Christmas Express Clip ArtQuick View
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Christmas Express Clip Art

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49 High-Resolution Color and Black and White Images depicting a lovable children’s classic. For Commercial and Private Use. Terms of Use are included in the zip file.
Art and Design. Drawing treesQuick View
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Art and Design. Drawing trees

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Show students of all ages how to produce a line drawing of a tree. This slideshow provides 68 step by step drawings. The drawing is shown building up, line by line. The beauty of this is that you can back track if a student gets stuck .... something that isn't possible if you are demonstrating by drawing on paper. The slideshow is suitable for all ages because students can refine and develop the basic structure of the tree in line with their own ability. ...... and there are over 600 other Art education resources in the shop. You can visit by clicking here Why not follow us by clicking here for regular Art education news. Please don't forget to leave a comment. We value your views.
Graphic Design Worksheets - Set of 3Quick View
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Graphic Design Worksheets - Set of 3

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Great for KS3 Students and could also provide a starting point for GCSE students at the start of their course. Could be used in a project, for a cover lesson, homework/extension tasks. Includes 1x - Shoe-Trainer store design sheet 1x - Product branding and visual identity 1x Takeaway pizza design sheet Just print out and you are ready to go. Happy Teaching :-)
Expressive PaintingQuick View
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Expressive Painting

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Expressive Painting Formal Elements: Age 11-16 FULL Contemporary Scheme inc. thinking skills. Improve your student's painting techniques whilst learning the FORMAL ELEMENTS of art. Using Essential Big Questions this FULL Unit of Work is beautifully designed to challenge and stretch your students whilst learning the history of abstract art from beginnings to present day. It has been written for students with a reading age of 11 years and is designed to be delivered over a longer period of time. There's so much deep learning in this project and it can be used on many levels, use it for a full GCSE project or just cherry pick elements of it to suit your teaching.
EYFS Learning in Art - Knowledge Organiser!Quick View
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EYFS Learning in Art - Knowledge Organiser!

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This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource helps to detail and categorise the foundation Art and Design learning that takes place in the EYFS stage. It is an important resource for EYFS teachers and parents, but also Art and Design subject leaders, to aid them in the development of a clearly-mapped and well-sequenced Art and Design curriculum across the school. This organiser groups the Art and Design related learning into the relevant EYFS areas of learning - for this subject this is mainly 'Expressive Art and Design’, and particularly the strands ‘Exploring and Using Media and Materials’ and ‘Being Imaginative.’ There are also further sections detailing key vocabulary and art developmental stages. The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
ART & DESIGN EXPRESSIVE STILL LIFE IMAGES SET  "BLUE COMPOSITION"Quick View
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ART & DESIGN EXPRESSIVE STILL LIFE IMAGES SET "BLUE COMPOSITION"

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This is the third set of high quality, ready to use, still life photography resources for expressive still life work based loosely on the work of American artist Susan Abbott. The set includes 25 still life images in total - 10 research studies, 10 development studies and 5 final studies in PDF format. The images are set out and grouped for observational Research studies, compositional Development groups and Final Studies for use with National 5 or Higher art and design students expressive folios. Each batch is numbered, has various compositions, tonal and colour visuals, arrangements, viewpoints and layouts. This gives a wide range of various possible outcomes for National 5 or Higher students producing a body of work. The images have been Photoshopped to achieve the best, tried and tested, expressive results from students.
ART & DESIGN  NATIONAL 5/HIGHER  EXPRESSIVE STILL LIFE IMAGES "STRIPES"Quick View
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ART & DESIGN NATIONAL 5/HIGHER EXPRESSIVE STILL LIFE IMAGES "STRIPES"

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A class set of high quality, ready to use, still life photography resources for expressive still life work. The set includes 15 still life images in total - 10 research studies, 10 development studies and 5 final studies in PDF format. The images are set out and grouped for observational Research studies, compositional Development groups and Final Studies for use with National 5 or Higher art and design students expressive folios. Each batch is numbered, has various compositions, tonal and colour visuals, arrangements, viewpoints and formats. This gives a wide range of various possible outcomes for National 5 or Higher students producing a body of work. The images have been Photoshopped to achieve the best, tried and tested, expressive results from students.
ART & DESIGN NATIONAL 5/HIGHER EXPRESSIVE STILL LIFE IMAGES "RED"Quick View
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ART & DESIGN NATIONAL 5/HIGHER EXPRESSIVE STILL LIFE IMAGES "RED"

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The second of a class set of high quality, ready to use, still life photography resources for expressive “Red” still life work. The set includes 15 still life images in total - 10 research studies, 10 development studies and 5 final studies in PDF format. The images are set out and grouped for observational Research studies, compositional Development groups and Final Studies for use with National 5 or Higher art and design students expressive folios. Each batch is numbered, has various compositions, tonal and colour visuals, arrangements, viewpoints and formats. This gives a wide range of various possible outcomes for National 5 or Higher students producing a body of work. The images have been Photoshopped to achieve the best, tried and tested, expressive results from students.