Art Studies: Study of a Painting, Drawing, and Photograph (#A4): $35.00

Art appreciation for every classroom

Learning to look at and appreciate a wide range of art work is an important part of any art curriculum--as important as creating art. Looking at others' art work also stimulates a child's own creative ideas. Art Studies includes guided study papers on three areas of art: paintings, drawings and photographs.  Study of a Painting and Study of a Photograph come in 4 parts that get progressively harder as the student becomes more adept at reading and writing and more knowledgeable about art. Study of a Drawing comes in 2 parts that are also progressive. All parts include the following concepts: observe, describe, analyze and judge.
These study sheets are designed to:

This packet is a valuable resource to any art teacher and to the regular classroom teacher who is integrating art into the curriculum. It is also handy to take along on museum trips.

Art Timeline: 18 Movements and Teacher Guide (#A5): $35.00

Building art appreciation through guided research of both artists and Western art movements

Learning to look at and appreciate a wide range of art work is an important part of any art curriculum--as important as creating art. Looking at others' art work also stimulates a child's own creative ideas. Art Timeline includes 2 research papers: Research of an Artist and Research of an Artistic Movement. These research papers give students a clear framework to begin, after which they can work independently. Along with the student research papers, the packet also includes teacher support materials: step by step instructions for creating a timeline in your classroom, brief descriptions of 19 important art movements in Western art and cards for each movement to be passed out to students. All included, this packet can be used for many various projects in your classroom.

These study sheets are designed to:

This packet is a valuable resource to any art teacher and to the regular classroom teacher who is integrating art into the curriculum. It is also handy to take along on museum trips.

 

Artists and Their Art (#A1): $24.00

Lesson plans on the great artists and their techniques

Introduce your students to new ways of seeing and creating images as they explore the techniques of Joan Miro, Georges Seurat, Piet Mondrian, the Expressionists, Cubists and Surrealists with these lesson plans. Each lesson plan succinctly portrays the essential elements of each movement or technique, identifying what separates this style from others, and then provides a major hands-on lesson that allows your students to explore this style freely and understand the work of the artist under study.

Vocabulary, objectives, materials and references are provided to help you bring art history alive in hands-on classroom work. This is a valuable resource to any teacher trying to incorporate art into the curriculum or develop a stronger art program.

Study of Color (#A3): $30.00

A series of independent color explorations for your art shelves

Children love to explore the fascinating world of color with these unique materials and lesson plans. Teaching color mixing and helping children develop sensitivity to the qualities of color are easy for the classroom teacher with these essential foundation materials. Clearly written lesson plans are ready for presentation by the classroom teacher who may or may not be trained in art.

Worksheets for continued individual exploration by children are ready for copying.

Included in this set: