“The Frame” Frida Kahlo Collab. Poster | Fun Hispanic Heritage Month Activity

"The Frame" Frida Kahlo Collab. Poster |  Fun Hispanic Heritage Month Activity

It can be used to help 2nd–10th graders.

Included PDF. 108 pages

“The Frame” by Frida Kahlo Collaboration Poster. This art activity is great for your Cinco de Mayo celebrations, Hispanic Heritage studies/celebrations, or to accompany your history lessons on Frida Kahlo and your art lessons about her famous artwork, “The Frame.”

There are 3 choices

  • With colors assigned
  • Without colors assigned
  • Spanish

Plus a bonus coloring sheet

This poster would be great as a final one.

• Art shows

• An auditorium

• A hallway

• Your classroom bulletin board

You can find this poster in my Art Escape: Frida Kahlo “The Frame”, Grammar Edition ELA Escape Room ChallengeResource

This art activity is intended to complement/supplement any lessons on Frida Kahlo or her artwork. This poster can be used to either start or end a unit. Students can have fun creating a poster of famous art together. This poster is a wonderful classroom centerpiece and an example of cooperation for students.

You can find them here Three options so you can choose what works best for you and your students–making it great for Any age

These are simple options. The instructions give each student a page to color. After all the sheets have been colored, cut and assembled into a mosaic/poster/mural called “The Frame”, Frida Kahlo’s collaboration mosaic/poster/mural.

Poster # 1All colors are assigned. The color keys on every page will be used to guide students in following the assigned colors.

#2 PosterThey have not been assigned colors.You can let your students paint the poster with any color they like (or one you have given).

Poster #3This poster can be printed in SPANISH.

I have NOT increased the price of this poster because it has three options—I include all three options in one place to make this as flexible a resource as possible.

Poster Details

• There are 30 pieces.

• Each piece fits on a regular 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper.

• The final poster is approx. Your printer settings may affect the size of your final poster.

• You will need crayons, markers or colored pencils in red, yellow, blue, orange, brown, light brown, pink, purple, green, and black.

This may be a good option for you:

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This project is a great one for students!

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A similar project was used by me last year. My students absolutely loved it. It was done in conjunction with the unit Spanish painters. We are grateful!

It’s a great way to get students involved in art. The students love to discover what their creations are. I found this method to be ideal for my Spanish art unit. It worked beautifully. I am such a fan 🙂

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