This Visual resource comprises 30 high quality images of birds to provide inspiration for Art students of all ages. This resource can be used in conjunction with other Art resources by Mael Matthews on TES.
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.
Visual Literacy PowerPoint Presentation suitable for all Secondary Year Groups.
Shape, Line, Colour, Gaze, Symbols, Salience, Body Language, Framing, Juxtaposition, Light and Shade, Composition, Size, Angles, Setting, Vectors, Intertextuality and Deconstruction.
Excellent for students to understand the key terms , with examples.
Design your own visually appealing seating plan!
Frustrated by the dull look of seating plans and uninspired shapes we have to work with, I decided to make my own “build your own interactive seating plan” that is realistic, very cute and can be customised to ANY classroom!
I have created a range of unique clip art of different classroom furniture as seen from a bird’s eye view so that you can move and resize any image to suit your classroom layout! If there are any furniture pieces you would like me to include in this set, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I may just toss them in the set for free! :D
Check out the preview to see more detail of what is included!
You will really enjoy making your own very cute seating plan for your classroom, and as it is on a PowerPoint you can move the furniture and students’ names around effortlessly, perfect for a quick change!
You could even have it displayed on the whiteboard to show your class so they know where to sit when you introduce a new seating chart or to give to a supply teacher so your students can't get one up on them (you know they're gonna try...!)
• High school single desk
• Swivel chair
• Double desk
• Semi circle desk
• Round desk
• Square desk
• Rug / carpet
• Teacher's desk
All images come in color and black line, 300dpi png with transparent backgrounds and closely cropped: great for layering and enlarging whilst still remaining crisp!
Seating plans are crucial for behaviour management and are excellent to show during lesson observations as they are fantastic for targeting special needs and target grades as well, which have all been considered in this interactive seating plan! So have fun making your own cute seating plans for your classroom!
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These are worksheets developed to assist in analysing Art Spiegelman's graphic novel, MAUS. They examine the visual techniques used by the illustrator and author.
Key words: visualisation, graphics, comic, NAZI, germany, cartoon, illustration, technique, device, feature
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A timetable of 32 Widgit(T) word and symbol cards that together create a visual timetable for use in the classroom. When printed, symbols measure approximately 7 x 6cm.
The symbols included are: Maths - English - Science - Phonics - D.T. - French - Music - P.E. - Art - Spelling - Handwriting - Geography - History - R.E. - Computing - PSHE - Topic - Assembly - Registration - Playtime - Lunch - Club - Hometime - Golden Time - Story - Circle Time - Guided Reading - Swimming - Surprise - Rehearsal - Snack - Choosing
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Two-page lesson plan with 3 activities and examples on two key concepts: one-point perspective and overlapping to give illusion of 3D depth on flat surfaces. Materials required: ruler, pencil and paper. Paint is optional. Duration can vary greatly from one hour up to 3 hours.
This presentation includes lesson objectives and criteria for success for 3 outcomes, all based on Islamic art. The outcomes include -
*Card babouche slipper
*Repeat pattern drawing
*Arabic inspired typography.
A scheme of work is also included.
The project was originally designed for Year 8, however the SOW could easily be adapted for other year groups.
A lesson plan introduction outlining the elements and principles of visual arts with examples, an activity and a link to a 71 page PowerPoint presentation explaining concepts in further detail. The activity included can be as short or long as you'd like to make it depending on your preference and students' pace.
Over 100 high quality images of architecture and architectural details. Suitable for Art and Design inspiration. A wide variety of styles and ages of building. Ideal as visual support for STEAM lessons.
1. ART ANALYSIS WORKSHEET ( graphic organiser)
While analysing art works, students record observations and information related to the art elements, art principles, style, technical skills, energy states, mood and emotional states. This can be used as a preliminary activity to write an art critique.
2. DALI INSPIRED PASTEL DRAWING
After studying The Elephants by Salvador Dali, students create their own Surrealist artwork.
3. ARTWORK REFLECTION WORKSHEET
Students evaluate their own artwork.
This Visual resource comprises 30 high quality images of graffiti to provide inspiration for Art students of all ages. This resource can be used in conjunction with other Art resources by Mael Matthews on TES.
A slideshow/presentation listing 33 career opportunities for students studying, or interested in studying visual arts.
Each slide contains detailed information about the job/career and includes a QR code for scanning. The QR code directs the user to much more details information about each career/job, making this an interactive resource.
> Whole-school assembly
> Options evenings
> Department/ school display screen(s)
> Printable for individual resource/activities
> Printable for classroom display posters
> Careers coordinator reference/resource
An understanding of color theory is key to a visual arts education. This two-page lesson plan outlines the basic color schemes with a description on the effect the colors will have in a composition. Four examples are included and students are asked to identify color scheme used in famous paintings (answer key included) An activity is also included. Duration can vary widely from 45 minutes to two hours.
For more thorough examples of color schemes, there is a 71 page PowerPoint link included in the Visual Arts: Elements and Principles lesson plan.
A worksheet for initial composition ideas. I use this within an 'Art of Music' SoW for my year 7s. This is to get them thinking about the link between music and art - Graphic Scores. Enjoy. Please review.