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Art Sandwich

Art Sandwich

This is a worksheet is designed for a group of BTEC level 1 learners - on the BTEC Level 1 Art and Design course. Teachers can use this lesson in BTEC Level 1 Art an Design Award/Certificate/Diploma
lauraparkin2011
Art Project Pattern/Pop Art Leaves

Art Project Pattern/Pop Art Leaves

Art Project Pattern Art Leaves has 42 pages. Children from all grades just love Pattern Art. Instructions and Sample art work sheets included. Worksheets with different leaves and one blank worksheet included for those kids who would love to make their own leaves. Children may make patterns with colored sketch pens, glitter pens 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, 4 and 5. Art improves thinking ability :)
swati3
Art Project Pattern/Pop Art Butterflies and Other Garden Creatures

Art Project Pattern/Pop Art Butterflies and Other Garden Creatures

Art Project Pattern Art Butterflies and Other Garden Creatures has 42 pages. An absolute hit with kids from Grade 1 to 12. Instructions and Sample art work sheets included. Worksheets with different insects and one blank worksheet included for those kids who would love to make their own insects. Children may make patterns with colored sketch pens, glitter pens 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 and 5. Art improves thinking ability :)
swati3
Colors Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Color Groups,  Cut/Paste  - PreK/Kindergarten

Colors Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Color Groups, Cut/Paste - PreK/Kindergarten

This product relates to activities based on color recognition and grouping colors that are the same. Aimed at: PreK/K and SEN groups. Ideal to use in a carousel system - each table has a dedicated activity and the children can move round once they have had a go at an activity. <strong>Content:</strong> Teachers Notes on activities Resources for suggested activities Clipart buttons in a variety of colors The eleven colors used are: red, brown, blue, orange, black, green, gray/grey, yellow, white, purple and pink. <strong>• Activity 1</strong> – You can direct the children to use any color media to fill in the color words and the bubbles – paint, crayons, felt tips, pencils. <strong>• Activity 2</strong> – Children join up the dashes and then color in. They can draw things that are usually that color, e.g. red strawberries, gray pencil, blue sky, yellow sun and so on. First elicit from the children the things that see that are usually that color. Some may say green grass. Also accept things they see in two colors such as black and white cat etc. <strong>• Activity 3</strong> – Use IT Paint Palette on computer to create a colorful picture or simply a rainbow. Extension: Ask the more able to list the colors they have used. </strong>• Activity 4 – Color sort.</strong> Children sort the buttons by color and glue them in the correct circles. I have included a variety of clipart buttons. You can mix a selection of buttons up for the children to sort. <strong>• Activity 5: Hands-on activity:</strong> Alternatively, put out a selection of real buttons for children sort into color groups onto the circles and they can say how they have grouped the buttons. I hope the little ones enjoy these activities. <strong>UK Version</strong> https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/colour-activities-paint-colour-words-trace-over-colour-sort-cut-paste-it-link-11881979?theme=1 You may be intersted in Class Visuals relating to colors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/room-visuals-colors-for-display-what-colors-are-when-mixed-flashcards-colors-activity-worksheets-11341707 Thank you for visiting my store:-)
Ro_Milli0110
Colours Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Colour Groups, Cut/Paste, IT Link - EYFS/Reception/Yr1/SEN

Colours Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Colour Groups, Cut/Paste, IT Link - EYFS/Reception/Yr1/SEN

This product relates to activities based on colour recognition and grouping colours that are the same. Aimed at: EYFS/Reception/Year 1/SEN groups. Ideal to use in a carousel system - each table has a dedicated activity and the children can move round once they have had a go at an activity. <strong>Content:</strong> Teachers Notes on activities Resources for suggested activities Clipart buttons in a variety of colours The eleven colours used are: red, brown, blue, orange, black, green, grey, yellow, white, purple and pink. <strong>• Activity 1</strong> – You can direct the children to use any colour media to fill in the colour words and the bubbles – paint, crayons, felt tips, pencils. <strong>• Activity 2</strong> – Children join up the dashes and then colour in. They can draw things that are usually that colour, e.g. red strawberries, grey pencil, blue sky, yellow sun and so on. First elicit from the children the things that see that are usually that colour. Some may say green grass. Also accept things they see in two colours such as black and white cat etc. <strong>• Activity 3</strong> – Use IT Paint Palette on computer to create a colourful picture or simply a rainbow. Extension: Ask the more able to list the colours they have used. </strong>• Activity 4 – Colour sort.</strong> Children sort the buttons by colour and glue them in the correct circles. I have included a variety of clipart buttons. You can mix a selection of buttons up for the children to sort. <strong>• Activity 5: Hands-on activity:</strong> Alternatively, put out a selection of real buttons for children sort into colour groups onto the circles and they can say how they have grouped the buttons. I hope the little ones enjoy these activities. <strong>US Version</strong> https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/color-activities-paint-color-in-and-trace-over-color-sort-activities-it-link-prek-kindergarten-11881996 Thank you for visiting my shop:-) Link to Classroom Visual Displays UK https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/classroom-visual-colour-displays-mixing-colours-colour-flashcards-favourite-colour-activities-11341743
Ro_Milli0110
Adjectives and adverbs descriptive writing bundle

Adjectives and adverbs descriptive writing bundle

I have bundled together ten resources which will assist with the revision of adjectives and adverbs and descriptive writing. Each individual resource comes complete with answers and quiz content can be easily tweaked to address specific needs within the group. These resources could easily be dropped into revision sessions on the approach to assessment weeks. Longer writing tasks are suggested as extensions to each presentation. Suitable for ages 10+
jlimb
KS1 Picasso/Cubism Portrait Art lesson pack

KS1 Picasso/Cubism Portrait Art lesson pack

This pack includes a 4-part lesson plan, which focuses on the famous artist Picasso and cubism style artwork. Including in the planning is the National Curriculum objectives covered, lesson objectives, teaching and assessment points. Each child produces their very own Picasso style self-portrait over a period of lessons. It allows the children to learn about lines, patterns, as well as key primary colours. The children can then be reflective of their artwork and make comparisons to Picasso’s work, on a worksheet (provided in the pack). I taught this my Year 2 Class but it can make a great art focus for any Year’s from 1-4. The finished artwork leads to a great school display! I hope you enjoy teaching the topic as much as I did!
rach-831
Media And Advertisments

Media And Advertisments

This booklet looks closely at advertisments and how they are carefully constructed by companies by taking into consideration their target audiences, logos and brand names, fonts and colour, and mascots in addition to use of wording and making their product unique.
WillsonEducation
To end all wars- Remembrance 1918-2018

To end all wars- Remembrance 1918-2018

To end all wars? This INSPIRE project plan is for a 30-minute introduction to World War I Remembrance. It can be used as an assembly or at the beginning of a poppy-making workshop. You could use it during Remembrance or, better yet, for thinking about peacemaking in your school. It also contains a challenge: what will you do to make peace in the next 100 years? The content can be used with ages 9 and above. The follow-up poppy-making activity is for all ages. Aims:** ** to explore the history of war from World War I to the present day to inspire action to prevent war and build peace (extension) to make a poppy as a symbol of Remembrance for peace.
EllisQPSW
25 Color Palettes inspired by the Pantone Spring Color Trends (Volume 2)

25 Color Palettes inspired by the Pantone Spring Color Trends (Volume 2)

This printable color guide includes 25 color palettes inspired by the Pantone Spring Color Trends in 2018. Each color palette is on a separate page that you can print for easy reference. Each page includes keywords and color suggestions to help you find the perfect palette for your project. Each color includes RBG, CMYK and HEX codes for color matching in graphic design. Each page also includes room for you to test your own colors from your pencils, paints or markers against the colors in each palette. Please note: Pantone reference numbers are NOT included. These palettes are inspired by Pantone’s color trends for Spring but are in no way associated with the Pantone brand.
Sarahrenaeclark
25 Color Palettes inspired by the Pantone Fall Color Trends (Volume 1)

25 Color Palettes inspired by the Pantone Fall Color Trends (Volume 1)

This printable color guide includes 25 color palettes inspired by the Pantone Fall Color Trends in 2017. Each color palette is on a separate page that you can print for easy reference. Each page includes keywords and color suggestions to help you find the perfect palette for your project. Each color includes RBG, CMYK and HEX codes for color matching in graphic design. Each page also includes room for you to test your own colors from your pencils, paints or markers against the colors in each palette. Please note: Pantone reference numbers are NOT included. These palettes are inspired by Pantone’s color trends for Spring but are in no way associated with the Pantone brand.
Sarahrenaeclark