The Persistence of Memory By Salvador Dali Collab Poster

The Persistence of Memory By Salvador Dali Collab Poster

It can be used to teach PreK-8th grade, Homeschool and Homeschool students.

Includes PDF. 76 pages

This art activity is intended to complement/supplement any lessons on Surrealism, Salvador Dali, or his famous artwork, THe Persistence in MemoryThis is a collaborative poster. This is the ideal way to either start or cap a unit.

This is a fun and engaging way to have students work together on a poster featuring this iconic artwork.

Your students will remember the final poster as a memorable example of cooperation and classroom centerpiece.

The poster is great for both displaying your artwork alone or with my. Salvador Dali Portrait my and/or your “Telling TimeSalvador Dali’s lesson

This poster would be great as a final one.

  • Art exhibits
  • An auditorium
  • Hallway
  • Bulletin boards for classrooms

You can find them here There are two choices so you can choose what works best for you and your students – making it great for Any ageBoth. Both choices are simple. Each student receives one copy of the famed masterpiece. They must color it according to the instruction. When all sheets have been cut and colored, the pieces are assembled in a mosaic/poster/mural. Memorizations that Never Give Upy by Salvador Dali.

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

Poster #2: The colors are NOT assigned. You can let your students paint the poster with any color they like (or one you have given).

Poster Details

  • These pieces come in a total of 30.
  • Every piece can be placed on regular paper measuring 8.5″ x 11.5″
  • Approx. It measures 33 inches x 27 inches depending on how your printer sets it up.
  • Crayons, markers, colored pencils or crayons will be needed in light blue, blue, yellow and orange.

This is a bonus coloring page:

These posters can be used to create group collaborations and they are very entertaining. However, students don’t get to walk away with anything tangible to show their families. For your students, I included a one-page bonus coloring page that they can color and bring home. It is great for those who are just starting out.

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Jenny K again created a great collaborative piece. Jenny K is a teacher I adore. It’s a wonderful product, which my students love and that makes art history enjoyable. Each month, we put up an art history/famous masterpiece display. Many thanks!Thank you!

This was what my senior art student did when they studied Dahli. They loved it!


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