This can be used by 1st-5th grade students.
Included: PDF, 33 Pages
This worksheet was created by me for my English-language art students. It teaches them how to recognise famous artists’ artwork and how to use art terminology. The worksheets can be printed in color. However, you may print the black-and-white copies for your children. After all, it’s about color! Access to a colour printer is required.
Download one zip file containing 31 pages in jpg/pdf format and two Keynote Powerpoints.
Color Theory Zip File …includes
1. Teacher’s Guide to “Color Theory”- 2 pages (JPG)
5-Artist Color worksheets
5 Black & White (if you don’t have a color printer) Fill-ins for the following:
An analogous (General Explanation).
Complementary (Van Gogh),
√You can use Powerpoint to project images students are creating using the worksheets above. You can find it in the folder jpg.
3. One Folder 9 Artist Cut & Paste:
Matisse color wheel
Matisse Primary Colours
Secondary colors (Picasso).
Warm Colors (Klee)
Cool Colors (Chagall)
Neutral (Van Gogh)
√You can use the Keynote Powerpoint above to project students’ work (located in the jpg directory).
4. 8.5″ x 11.5″ One folder of 8 Colour Posters
Colors, Primary, secondary
Five pages, one folder in both jpg/pdf. The first page contains blank templates for color wheels. The second is Hundertvasser’s “The Right to Create” in 8.5×11 format. Print it and enjoy the fun! Get creative
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You may copyright some images. Fair Use in Education is their permission. They will enhance the appreciation of artwork by art students and expand their knowledge about artists. Reproductions were used historically by art teachers to help them teach about artists, techniques and their work. Some images can be found in the public domain.
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