A range of bright and colourful pop art classroom worksheets for leaners both KS3 and KS4.
Pop Art Can Design
Pop Art Shoe Design
Pop Art Handbag Design
Pop Art Gridded Drawing Cities,
London, NY and Paris.
Pop Art Annotation work sheets (multiple artist)
Pop Art Luggage tag extension task
This Christmas tree line art activity can be used alongside your Christmas themed lessons or as a stand alone art lesson.
Children can use colours of their choice to create their own personalised Christmas tree. Would look great as a Christmas calendar.
I have rewritten Blooms Taxonomy for art. The questions are now art specific.
This one page resource is essential for higher order questioning, brilliant for differentiation.
This is great for your department handbook!
This is fantastic if you want to use questioning in an observed lesson. Why not attach this to your lesson plan?
Take a look at my ‘Art Questioning and Literacy Bundle’ by clicking on the link below, which also contains my Blooms Art Question Cards.
An art lesson linked to the Stone Age topic in Year 3. A creative way to make pupils aware of the historical importance of Stonehenge in the Early Bronze age.The resource include lesson plan ,a PowerPoint presentation to introduce children to silhouette art and a Stonehenge template to cut out and stick on card in order to create Silhouette style pictures.The lesson will allow children to experiment mixing different colours focusing on warm and cold colours to create the desired background for a sunrise or sunset.Children can use coloured chalk on black card to create a background of their picture.
A full Scheme of work for KS2 based around Tudor Portraits.
Objectives covered include:
Exploring and discussing Tudor portraits
How to structure a portrait
How to observe and sketch faces and Tudor clothing
Putting it all together to create a Tudor style portrait.
Each lesson includes all resources and a high-quality presentation.
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These Insects Worksheets are always popular. Get your classes working in fine liner or complete the sheet in a range of media.
This would also be a useful resource for a minibeasts project. Teach drawing skills and fine motor skills.
Why not click on the link to my great value bundle!
A great document for students to mark and assess their peer’s artwork. Add one of these to the end of an art project to help your students better understand their successes. Could also be used to assess artwork during museum/gallery trips!
This download is one full page of guided comments intended for critiquing significant projects.
Illustrated by Lauren Little | @artoflol
Want to improve your Art students' annotation skills?!
A one page handout to support students in producing high quality annotation in their Art and Design work. Guidance for writing about their own work, as well as the work of other artists.
Easy to follow, the sheet gives hints and tips to advise students on annotation so they get it right. The sheet has been designed with GCSE and A level students in mind, but could also be used with more independent-minded KS3 students.
Printable at either A3 as a poster, or A4 as a handout.
This lesson has never let me down, devised as a way for students to show progress and cover all the assessment objectives at GCSE or A Level in one session it enables the teacher to cover the essential elements needed in an observation. It can fit in with a set of lessons exploring creative approaches or be used as an intervention lesson in the middle of project work. Students really enjoy the creative processes here and respond well to the immediate feedback you can give them in lesson with this plan. The LP also come with reference points for AFL, E&D and British Values
In this bundle:
1. Le septième art- transition lessons
2. Pourquoi le septième art?
3. Les grandes lignes
4. une passion nationale
each part includes:
PPT presentation of approx. 40 slides (with some answer slides): speaking, reading, listening, writing activities, video comprehensions, vocab tests, homework tasks, translations English to French and French to English, link to vocab learning course.
Activities are differentiated
Each parts are also available individually for £3 each .
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This best selling ART resource just got even better! Over 150 pages of linked art lesson plans which take students through a broad and balanced art curriculum from the start of Year 7 to the end of Year 9. Each art lesson plan includes clear teacher guidance, materials list, health and safety, a student friendly support sheet and expected progress information. Updated to include 18 art image slideshows to inspire students, a step by step clay-work slideshow and a history of art support resource. Click here for a free preview of the resource
Includes a 40 image slideshow of example student work.
Lessons in the Complete Art Curriculum are:
Lesson 1 Tone
Lesson 2 Observation
Lesson 3 From observation to abstraction
Lesson 4 Relief
Lesson 5 Portraiture
Lesson 6 Portraiture part 2
Lesson 7 Portraiture part 3
Lesson 8 Clay
Lesson 9 Clay part 2
Lesson 10 Clay part 3
Lesson 11 Colour
Lesson 12 Colour part 2
Lesson 13 Colour part 3
Lesson 14 Three dimensional
Lesson 15 Three dimensional part 2
Lesson 16 Three dimensional part 3
Lesson 17 Three dimensional part 4
Lesson 18 Human figure
Lesson 19 Human figure part 2
Lesson 20 Human figure part 3
Lesson 21 Human figure part 4
Lesson 22 Architecture
Lesson 23 Architecture part 2
Lesson 24 Architecture part 3
Lesson 25 Architecture part 4
Lesson 26 Colour abstraction
Lesson 27 Colour abstraction part 2
Lesson 28 Colour abstraction part 3
Lesson 29 Colour abstraction part 4
Lesson 30 Masks
Lesson 31 Masks part 2
Lesson 32 Masks part 3
Lesson 33 Masks part 4
Lesson 34 Dramatic landscapes
Lesson 35 Dramatic landscapes part 2
Lesson 36 Dramatic landscapes part 3
Lesson 37 Abstract landscapes
Lesson 38 Abstract landscapes part 2
Slideshows included cover the following themes:
Thank you for looking at our art resource.
I have moved from AQA DT Textiles to Art Textiles ( OCR) I produced this guide for students ( and myself as I found the course very open compared to the DT version I am used to!) they work through it and tick off elements as they go in each section. It is divided into the 4 sections of the exam board ( Research, development, practical, evaluation) and each page can also be used as objectives on the board for the teacher, which links well to the booklet.
I also have a project 2 portfolio ( very similar you may not need both) but includes topics from previous examination papers and two booklets for year 9 to access which is a watered down/ easier to access version of this booklet. Please do have a look at all and see which is the best fit for you!
Art Project Pattern Art has 47 pages. An absolute hit with kids from Grade 1 to 12.
Sample art work sheets included. Worksheets with abstract lines and one blank worksheet included for those kids who would love to make their own lines.
Children may make patterns or also color or paint or stick materials using their own ideas and teacher's guidance.
Samples included are done by my students of Grade 3 and 4.
A Complete ART lesson, which includes a detailed PPT, resources and planning.
The lesson is designed to help you get to know your class, whilst creating a fantastic display for the wall (ideal for the start of the year)
Ideal for KS2/3
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Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece of extended writing.
Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats.
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On our art journey around the World we stop off in New Zealand to study some traditional Maori Art. This lesson is broad enough for those in KS2 and KS3.
We explore the forms, shapes, designs and symbolism of traditional 'Ta-Moko&' masks. We look at the culture and meaning behind them.
Using art to stimulate learning of a different culture to our own, students will be learning a little about another history and geography of these people.
Many activity ideas at the end and activity sheets for the younger ones.
This is a PowerPoint that defines visually what the Elements of Art art- Color, Value, Line, Texture, Shape, Form, Space. These Elements will help people express ideas and concepts visually. This PowerPoint can lead into many art projects, writing assignments, or creative thinking exercises.
Mosaic and symmetrical patterns for children to colour and create their own Islamic style patterns. Links to Maths work on symmetry and could be used as part of an art topic on colour/ pattern. Could be developed into children designing a prayer mat or the carpet for a mosque.