Create a TV Commercial: A Review Lesson for Any Subject
Nefertiti Makeup? Venus of Willendorf fertility services? Ancient Egyptian Funeral Home? Your students will love coming up with commercials inspired by art!
27 Creative Printmaking Projects for Kids
Check out this awesome list of 27 creative printmaking projects for kids! From stamping with food to bleaching t-shirts, this list has everything.
Haikus About Art
I've written before about how I have a couple lessons that always work in my classroom, and this is another one! Today, my first post as a contributing writer at Real Life at Home went
40 – SUPPORTING ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN THE ART CLASSROOM
Say hello to Jenn, a member of The Curated Connections Library! Learn how she uses the resources and how it has impacted her teaching and her life.
What is art? 6 Artworks that Help Define Art
Help your students (and yourself!) answer that age-old aesthetics question, what is art? by discussing these six thought-provoking works of art.
Teaching the Past, Creating the Future: Black History Month Art Lessons
Posts and resources with artworks by black artists, civil rights art, African art, art projects, and more to teach Black History art lessons.
25 Favorite Madonna and Childs in Art History
Of all the subjects in art history, I would place money on Madonna and Child being the most represented subject in art. Today, I am sharing my 25 favorites.
You searched for Black history - Page 2 of 8 - Art Class Curator
I was recently introduced to the work of Augusta Savage, a black American artist the first half of the 20th century, who will now join Rodin when I think of emotional and expressive portrait sculptures. Marvel at her incredible work below and share it with your children and students with these activity ideas and discussion questions.
Art and Poetry Connections with Saloua Raouda Choucair
Check out this schoolwide group art project with both poetry and art connections inspired by the art of Lebanese artist, Saloua Raouda Chocair.
IS IT OKAY TO HATE A WORK OF ART?
Back when I taught art appreciation at a local community college, I had many many adult students who came into class saying things like "I just don't get it!" or "My kid could paint that!"
Art Spotlight: Hokusai's Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji
Welcome to my Art Spotlight series. In this series, I delve a little deeper into individual works of art to help give you ideas for how to use them in your classroom. For each artwork, I include discussion questions, a short description of its significance and context, and learning activities. Today, I have selected a […]
Close Encounters with Art - Art Observation Activities
Creative and engaging art observation activities that will help students connect with and remember works of art long after class ends.
Haikus About Art
I’ve written before about how I have a couple lessons that always work in my classroom, and this is another one! Today, my first post as a contributing writer at Real Life at Home went live. In this post, you’ll learn about how I have students write haiku poems about works of art. It’s an […]
Puzzles about Art: Call it Driftwood
If an artist grabs something off the ground and gives it a title, is it art? Would you put it in a museum? Try this aesthetics lesson and worksheet.
Puzzles About Art: The Chimpanzee Painter
I am totally obsessed with teaching art and aesthetics. I use aesthetics puzzles such as the one below to address this fun and engaging philosophical questions in the classroom. Please note, this post includes Amazon affiliate
Super Fun Art Description and Drawing Activity for Developing Language Skills
Want to have students look closely at art and work on their language skills? Try this super fun art description drawing activity (Includes download)!