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High schoolers explore the basic ideas behind the Surrealist technique of collage. Several Dali paintings are examined, collages are created, and a classroom museum set up.
Students examine the life and works of artist Henri Matisse. They create their own collage using cut out pictures. They share their creations with the class.
Fourth graders engage in a lesson about Korean collages. They study an artist and the style in detail in order to become more acquainted to the art. Using this information the students create their own art in the same method and imitating the style of Korean collage.
Young scholars discover the honor bestowed by the Nobel Peace Prize. In this visual arts collage lesson plan, students research Nobel Peace Prize recipients and create collages to using the prescribed technique.
Students create a collage or print and write an essay about an artwork they observe. For this art lesson plan, students write their opinions and influences they believe the artwork has.
Seventh graders read a descriptive language poem and then create a collageĀ of what they feel the poem means to them. In this poems lesson plan, 7th graders take notes on the poem, and make the collage in groups.
Seventh graders compare and contrast different types of art associated with different cultures. They identify how cultures express their values in art. They create their own collage about Japan.
Students practice simple hand sewing techniques to repair clothing using various stitches and techniques for sewing a button to fabric. They design and create a fabric collage that includes at least one button, two types of hand stitches, ribbon and/or trim.
Fourth graders discuss collages. They view examples that were made by famous artists. Students create a collage using vocabulary words from their reading and materials. They explain their collage to the class. Students cut out pictures that incorporate the vocabulary word.
Pupils research the life and works of Romare Bearden. Using his techniques, they create their own painted paste papers to use in a collage. They create the collage with a specific theme and uses the elements and principles of design.
In this art worksheet, students read a 1 page article on the history or art, prepare their background to making a collage, gather basic shapes, create their collage and then add in the finishing touches to them.
Students explore habitats. In this science lesson, students discuss habitats and the insects that are found within each habitat. Students create a habitat collage.
Pupils make collages of different foods that are good and bad for their teeth. They also take a toothpaste flavor test in which the results are graphed and later carefully analyzed.
First graders, in groups, studying symmetry, compose collages and bulletin boards.
High schoolers explore the concepts of rhythm, movement, contrast and texture. They practice using new vocabulary and work on creating a college after designing the arrangement. They self-evaluate their collage and critique their classmates creations.
Students write an essay which they describe their culture. After answering questions, they collect various symbols, icons and images that illustrate their writing. They create a collage with a negative and positive space to show what is true and assumed about their culture.
Learners create a collage about themselves and their interests by using magazines and pictures. In this who I am lesson plan, students present their collage orally to their classmates.
Students define and discuss cultural aspects and family origins. By citing examples of traditions and customs from other countries, they develop an understanding of cultural influences on society. Finally, students create collages depicting customs and traditions of their own families.
First graders explore the work of Henri Matisse. They use shapes to create a collage. Students create texture in their collage by using various types of papers and they study how to use various materials to make one unified piece of art.
Students, after viewing pictures of the moon's surface, explore positive and negative space using mono print and collage techniques to create an imaginary lunar landscape. They interact with various shapes and textures to create their paintings and collages.