art vocab bingo

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Site with great free printables about identifying trees by bark, leaves, etc

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ART LINKS GAME Level 1: Recognize elements and art terms, collaborative game. Level 2 coming soon...

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I Shake My Fist At You!!! [When you say fist to five check students rate their understanding by holding up the appropriate number of fingers. The goal is for everyone to be in the green. Great way for students to self-assess their understanding and help you to gauge student understanding.]

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How to Draw Trees, Bark, Twigs, Leaves and Foliage Drawing Tutorial

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Van Gogh has been painting outdoors, when a hail storm rolls in - use his hat to catch the hail stones before they damage his paintings. The bigger the hail stone that you catch, the more points you score. http://www.artsology.com/van-gogh-hail-storm-game.php

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How long can you keep the cubist ball in the air? Play the Cubist Ball Game: http://www.artsology.com/cubist-ball-game.php

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These are great (coil pot- visual rubric and other ceramic visual rubrics). Excellent idea to have visual rubrics in art. Ceramics. Visual Art.

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Search results for coil

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Color Wheel on Paper Plate

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Table Texting is a fun, interactive strategy you can use with any piece of text or topic. The key is to pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher or facilitator collects the papers and redistributes them. Students get to read other responses and reply. The process continues until all of the speech bubbles are completed. At the end, students get to read their classmates' responses.

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Art Rocks!: art classroom management

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handmade feathers.

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Alice paper doll

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Drip, drop, color.

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Elements or Principles of Art review group project

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Might be a good project to do at the beginning of the year...have students take a quiz to see which side they use more....then have them do this drawing project. Can use it to talk about how not everyone is a great artist, but everyone can try and do their best...even left brained people can learn to draw well!

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Draw Doodle and Decorate: Left vs. Right

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Every student painted 5 different texture with tempera colours: grass, rocks, sky,water and wood. We cut the sheets and composed two big mountain landscapes with all cuttings of painted texture (70cmx50cm). This is a teamwork of 7th grade pupils.

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color, tints, and shades powerpoint

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elements & principles of art-try instead of teaching them in isolation

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5/6 - Optical Illusion Drops Students measured a grid, then added circles and bent the grid lines to create an illusion.

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dreamcatcher

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NICE BRICK PATHWAY

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Thunderstorm

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Steven Curry, The Tall Ones.

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Pol Ledent: Provence

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