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Formal Elements Year 7 Art

Formal Elements Year 7 Art

An entire unit of work for the first term, an outstanding year 7 Art & Design project. Full resources; scheme, Power Points, assessments, marking scheme for the entire year, which is stuck in pupil's books (for parents resource) etc. WALT Power points have yellow, orange and red tasks; warm, hot, scorching, higher up you go, more difficult. Everything you and your department need! (Images removed for copyright, however can be obtained through a search engine :-))

By pdipetta

Flags of the World Clip Art: 151 World Flags Clip Art

Flags of the World Clip Art: 151 World Flags Clip Art

Flags of the World Clip Art: 151 World Flags Clip Art. World Flags Clip Art for your Classroom's Olympic and Patriotic themes! This Flags of the World MEGA PACK contains 151 high-quality COLOR Clip Art images in individual files. Images saved at 300dpi in PNG Files. This Flags of the World/World Flags/World Cities Clip Art set includes: Aborigie, Abu Dhabi, Aichi, Akita, Aluay, Bremen, Canar, Carchi, Dubai, Eloro, Fukui, Galapgos, Napo, Okayama, Ontario, Osaka, Pastaza, Saga, Ticino, Uri, Valais, Yamagata, Zurich, and many more... These international flags are perfect for educational projects and teaching resources. TERMS OF USE: Personal and limited commercial use. Copyright remains with Little Tots Learning. This is intended for use by one teacher in one classroom. It is not to be redistributed to an entire school or district. It may not be redistributed or sold online. If you are interested in business or personal clip art, please contact me at littletotslearning1160@gmail.com. Enjoy! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my store! Ms. Blajic Follow Little Tots Learning

By Little_Tots_Learning

How Important is Shading in Sketching Portrait

How Important is Shading in Sketching Portrait

Sketching a portrait of a particular object and making it a piece of art requires an excellent skill of shading. It is such a technique of drawing without which one can’t think of completing it. Shading has paramount importance in the sketching a portrait. When we think of any sketch, it is shading what first comes to our mind. A complete visualization of drawing is done with it. Sometimes, people seeking for various drawing tutorials for beginners often find it difficult to understand the significance of shading in sketching a portrait. If you are the one of a kind, then this article would greatly assist in knowing the same. ➢First and foremost reason for shading being used in sketching a portrait is that it is used for creating shadows of the object. It is quite obvious that any thing selected for sketching has its shadow when exposed to light. And to define a piece of art naturally, then it becomes indispensable to provide it an effect of shadow through pencil shading. ➢Blending a particular detailing of the matter selected to sketch is another important point of shading. It helps us to give drawing a natural and real look. If you face an issue to blend it correctly, then you can learn it from the tutorials, which can be browsed on https://how-to-draw-academy.com. ➢While sketching a portrait of a person, it becomes a prerequisite defining every particular feature of them. For this purpose, one needs to create color-tone variations of that person, which can be efficiently done by giving a shade through pencil tricks. Art to show the depth of drawing is shading. Especially, if you’re sketching out 3D models, then it makes a great difference in it. Getting inspired from these points would somehow help you in reducing mental stress for making efforts to gain knowledge for improving your drawing skills.

By howtodraw

Pablo Picasso Art Detective Weeping Woman Portrait guided clue worksheet & Answers & drawing frame.

Pablo Picasso Art Detective Weeping Woman Portrait guided clue worksheet & Answers & drawing frame.

This is a very useful resource to support learning about the painting Weeping Woman by Pablo Picasso. It encourages pupils to look at the painting for clues and decipher their meanings for themselves. It focuses on the emotions experiences and visually displayed in the painting and so is useful for Emotional Intelligence teaching. There are supplementary resource worksheets in my resources with a question and answer sheet which would be complementary to these worksheets. Can be enlarged to A3. One clue finding sheet with answer sheet for use in classroom discussion support. One drawing frame worksheet. Suitable for late key Stage two and key Stage three as well as some special needs groups. I teach special needs and this works well with my year 10 groups.

By ladybugssloan

Pablo Picasso Porrait Weeping Woman Emotional Intelligence Worksheets

Pablo Picasso Porrait Weeping Woman Emotional Intelligence Worksheets

This is a set of two worksheets based around Emotional Intelligence and the work of Pablo Picasso Weeping Woman. Pupils discover that it is possible to experience more than one emotion at a time and how emotion can overwhelm you, labelling these emotions often helps. Pupils are guided to look at the visual signs in the painting to point towards different emotions that the person is experiencing. This is a great lesson stand alone or sub cover work, it allows for much discussion within groups and as a class but gives a framework for thinking and discovery. Further worksheets can be access through my resources where there are additional worksheets on Weeping Woman including an Art Detective clues sheets where pupils search for the clues in the painting & interpret them. Encouraging the thought that every picture tells a story and to take time to investigate visually. Worksheets well presented and can be enlarged to A3. Suitable for Key Stage 2, 3 & special needs pupils. I am a special needs teacher and use this with my year 10 pupils very successfully.

By ladybugssloan

Van Gogh Mulberry Tree Gustav Klimt Tree of Life, Portraits, family tree set of six Art worksheets

Van Gogh Mulberry Tree Gustav Klimt Tree of Life, Portraits, family tree set of six Art worksheets

This is a beautifully laid out and professional looking resource of six worksheets including, Drawing frame for Mulberry Tree by Vincent Van Gogh for use in colour mixing techniques or general colour/paint Family Tree outline in the style of Gustav Klimt 'Tree of Life' Mindful colouring page detailing full tree of life image Step by step worksheet for completing Tree of life painting Women in Gold portrait investigation sheet useful to direct internet research & suggested four websites to look for information. See other resources for a more in depth study of Adele Bloch Bauer portrait by Gustav Klimt which would complement these worksheets. (3 additional worksheets) Enlarge worksheets to A3 for painting. Useful as a body of work which will last a few weeks or select a worksheet for a one of lesson or cover work for pupils. Suitable for Key stage two , three and special needs pupils.

By ladybugssloan

Dragon Eye Design Project

Dragon Eye Design Project

If you are studying dragons in conjunction with any subject, this is your perfect Art lesson to go along side! Children start with A3/A4 paper. They draw an eye outline covering most of their page and place a dragon pupil, made from black card, inside it. Children who require more support my need the eye outline drawn for them. They then create a design inside the eye, which could be anything! Try to stick to a dragon theme i.e. castles, fire... Finally, the children will create dragons scales. They will use only two colours, but they will experiment with tones, creating lighter and darker scales to surround the eye.

By luke_watson

Kandinsky Musical chairs lesson. Abstract art analysis and painting activity.

Kandinsky Musical chairs lesson. Abstract art analysis and painting activity.

In this lesson students look at the work of Kandinsky. They analyse different art works and discuss Abstract art. The practical lesson is based on cards around the room with simple line images on them. We play musical chairs and move around to different cards to create the abstract design for the basis of the artwork. The ppt has the cards at the back to print out. There is also an analysis sheet and evaluation.

By loutyler77

Winter Scene Clay Tiles

Winter Scene Clay Tiles

Examples for composition ideas are provided as well as instructions in the success criteria. An extra challenge could be to add a frame.

By megaalex66