Art History Lesson: Claude Monet’s Reflection on the Seine River

Art History Lesson: Claude Monet's Reflection on the Seine River

It can be used by Homeschool, 1st- and 3rd grade students.

Included: PDF, 19 Pages

The project recreates Monet’s beautiful morning light paintings along the Seine River. The project is process-oriented and teaches children how to use tempera paints, brushes, and reflect.

This digital lesson plan, which is 19 pages long, includes the following:

Step by step full-color tutorials of the lesson in photo

Background Information

Vocabulary and Learning Objectives

You will need supplies for your project

Student gallery

Statements of I Can

National Core Art Standards Checklist

Vocab cards

Statement of Reproducible Artist

For those who finish early, a reproducible coloring page is available

11.5″ x 17.5″ poster

Two to three 40-minute sessions are required for this project.

Hi, I’m Laura Lohmann and I have been teaching Art for 20 years in Ohio. My passion is to teach students exciting and fun projects. I hope you find my projects entertaining for your students. My students enjoy starting with blank canvas, and then exploring the possibilities of art materials to make beautiful masterpieces.

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This resource has been used with my kindergarten art students. The children loved creating reflections.

This art activity was very popular with my students!


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