This is such a successful project that pupils really enjoy. Can be an individual project or pupils can create a 3D sculpture in groups. Within this resource there is brief information on various artists that are inspired by sweets and comfort food. Key words and examples of pupils work including sculpture work and materials needed. Photographs of sweets if pupils would rather complete a painting and a list of the elements of Art used.
A factual based resource on Day of the Dead. Key words, artists links and various YouTube links. The final outcome leads to a ceramic decorated skull. An excellent resource for KS3. Includes art Day of the Dead back to school ‘all about me’ activity. Six slides included.
This is a very successful project that KS3 pupils really enjoy. Knowledge organiser with hand drawn printable worksheets. Factual information on Buddhist monks with YouTube links. Information on Mandalas, evil eye and the hand of Hamsa. Hand drawn resources showing pupils how a Mandala can be created. Hand template with an example of final piece, which can then lead to pupils creating a ceramic hand of Hamsa. Includes ‘All about me coluring Hand of Hamsa’
A great resource to learn all about Giacometti. Included in this pack is a video on how to draw his self portrait. An excellent fun literacy template with example and a task page. This project is also ideal for remote learning.
A very exciting Art project based on the Austrian artist Hundertwasser. Very creative where students create a final outcome in felt. This project is very unique and enjoyed by students of all ages. 4 pages included in ppt presentation.
This is an excellent way to support pupils when writing about artists work at KS3 & KS4. Content, form, mood and process are broken down into key words to aid when discussing work. An example is also provided based on the ‘weeping woman’ by Picasso.
Aboriginal Art project. A brief introduction, templates provided which can be printed off for pupils to copy from. Final piece could be a painting or a ceramic piece. This is a very successful project which pupils enjoy.
Factual information on the Aboriginal people of Australia with an example of how to create a drawing, painting or print of your school or where you live. A. video example of how to apply dots and symbols. This has been a favourite for many pupils over the years.
fed up of all the marking as a teacher? i have created a form where you provide pupils with class feedback. Once you have filled in the worksheet provide pupils with a copy each. Also works for online learning.
An introduction to the Day of the Dead project. A good activity to get to know your pupils. Pupils can use the colour wheel to apply colour to the activity sheet. This project could also lead to a ceramic skull. Example attached.
A really fun activity where teachers can learn about their pupils. Teachers could also introduce the colour wheel for this activity. This topic could also lead to creatng a clay hand. An example of final CLAY outcome attached.
A resource to aid teachers with their busy schedule. Display on desk and be reminded of weekly meetings, after school and more.
Extremely popular project suitable for all ages. Two parts to this project which can be combined as an overall final piece or taught individually. Aboriginal animals including templates ans Aboriginal Art from aerial view.
Three excellent projects and some of my most popular themes that pupils really enjoy. full of facts, examples and templates. suitable for all ages.