This is a colour theory scheme of work based on the artist Kandinsky. Students create a series of paintings whilst listening to different styles of music, experimenting with line, shape, composition and colour. I designed this to engage KS3 boys in painting, so the focus is on the use of colour to convey mood, rather than trying to create very precise, small paintings.
This is a full scheme of work with starters, entry tasks, peer and self assessments throughout. All of the outcomes are differentiated and there are examples of students work at each stage. There are links to artists, artist research pages and links to the music I chose for students to paint to.
I designed it to last a full term, but you can alter it and use it however you wish.
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Art Bundle! KS3 Colour Theory / painting schemes of work
These art colour theory projects are two of my most popular resources so I have bundled them to create a discount. They are both full schemes of work, one based on Abstract Still Life and one based on the artist Kandinsky. I have used paint when teaching both of them, but I'm sure the Abstract Still Life project can be adapted to use coloured pencils / felt-tip pens and brushes etc.
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