Fun Activities for Kids
In this post, you’ll learn about how I have students write haiku poems about works of art. It’s an amazing way to create personal connections to works of art. There is a free printable worksheet in this post as well, which you can get in the free worksheet bundle below!
1 out of every 10 students in the United States is an English Language Learner. ELL students face unique and often overwhelming challenges, but the art classroom is the perfect place for them to thrive. Art is a universal language and can become a vital educational, communicative, and creative outlet for ELL students.
I was recently introduced to the work of Augusta Savage, a black American artist the first half of the 20th century, who will now join Rodin when I think of emotional and expressive portrait sculptures. Marvel at her incredible work below and share it with your children and students with these activity ideas and discussion questions.
In this series, I delve a little deeper into individual works of art to help give you ideas for how to use them in your classroom. For each artwork, I include discussion questions, a short description of its significance and context, and learning activities. #art #arted #arthistory #printmaking #artappreciation #hokusai #artclasscurator #elementaryart #middleschoolart #highschoolart #museumed #homeschooled
Creative and engaging art observation activities that will help students connect with and remember works of art long after class ends. #art #arted #artedactivities #arthistory #artappreciation #lookingatart #elementaryart #middleschoolart #highschoolart #homeschooled #museumed #artclass #fun #learning