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Art Appreciation Printable Worksheet Bundle Free! This pack contains 8 ready-to-use worksheets for your art classroom, designed to help your students connect deeply with individual works of art. Created by Cindy Ingram http://artcuratorforkids.com/ http://artcuratorforkids.com/About the Art Curator for Kids....3 About this Resource4 Printable Worksheets Art Reflections -- I see, I think, I wonder.5 4 Steps of Art Criticism...6 Compare and Contrast.7 Exploring Place: The 5 Senses.8 Write a Letter 9 Write a Cinquain Poem 10 Write a Haiku Poem 11 Twitter Perspectives ..12 Thank you! .13 Table of Contents 2 Want more? Down the 20-pack Art Appreciation Printable Worksheet Bundle for only $6 by visiting http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/. http://twomuseshomeschool.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/3 About the Art Curator for Kids Hello! Thank you so much for downloading the free Art Appreciation Printable Worksheet Bundle from the Art Curator for Kids! I started this site as Two Muses Homeschool in the Spring of 2014. In October of 2014, it became the Art Curator for Kids, a site dedicated to helping parents become more comfortable talking about art with their children. I have two lovely girls who are 2 and 5 at the time of this writing in October 2014. I am an art teacher with a B.A. in Art History from the University of Texas (hookem horns!) and a M.A. in Art Education with a graduate academic certificate in Art Museum Education from the University of North Texas. I have worked in several different museums as a gallery teacher or a museum educator. I have also taught 4 years of community college art appreciation, 2 years of elementary art, and 4 years of online art for middle and high school. All of this experience and passion comes together perfectly at the Art Curator for Kids. I love writing and teaching about art, and I am so excited for the future of this site. I have tons of ideas to help you easily bring art into your households. Thanks again! Please contact me anytime with questions, suggestions, or thoughts. Just click contact on the site and fill out the form or click any of the social media buttons below. Sincerely, Cindy Ingram http://artcuratorforkids.com/ http://twomuseshomeschool.com/http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Two-Muses-Arthttp://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/https://www.facebook.com/ArtCuratorForKidshttp://artcuratorforkids.com/feed/http://artcuratorforkids.com/contact/https://plus.google.com/107923960468173099458/abouthttp://www.pinterest.com/artcurator4kids/https://twitter.com/ArtCurator4Kidshttp://www.youtube.com/user/ArtCuratorForKidshttp://instagram.com/ArtCuratorForKids/4 About this Resource About the Worksheets The worksheets in this document are designed to work with lots of different types of artworks, so you can just pick an artwork, print a worksheet, and start the activity. Each has instructions at the top and plenty of space to do the activity. If you have any questions about any of the worksheets, do not hesitate to contact me (click the buttons at the bottom of page 3). Art Appreciation Printable Worksheet Bundle, 8 Free! The Art Appreciation Printable Worksheet Bundle from the Art Curator for Kids is a free collection of 8 ready-to-use worksheets in your homeschool or art classroom. This resource is available for free by signing up for the e-mail newsletter list on the blog. Includes worksheets: Art Reflections: I see I think I wonder, Write a Haiku Poem, Twitter Perspectives, Write a Letter, 4 Steps of Art Criticism, Exploring Place: The 5 Senses, Write a Cinquain Poem, Compare and Contrast Art Appreciation Printable Worksheet Bundle, 20 $6 This pack includes 20 ready-to-use worksheets that work with many artworks. You can buy this pack of worksheets for only $6 by visiting http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/. Includes all of the above worksheets, plus: Send a postcard, The 5 Ws and H, Memory Drawing, Stars and a Wish, Art for Sale, Storyboard, Character Analysis, I am Character Poem, What do they see? Drawing, Formal Analysis Elements of Art, Formal Analysis Principles of Design, and Charlotte Mason Picture Study. Thank you! Enjoy! http://twomuseshomeschool.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/worksheets/http://artcuratorforkids.com/ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ I see _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ I think _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ I wonder The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram Instructions: Use the prompts below to write about the artwork. Art Reflections Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ 5 http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/1. Description Describe the physical characteristics and contents of the work of art. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Analysis Analyze how the art is organized, using the elements of art (Line, Shape, Color, Texture, Value, Space, Form) and the principles of design (Contrast, Emphasis, Unity, Movement, Variety, Pattern, Proportion, Balance) as a guide. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Interpretation Discuss how an artwork makes you think or feel and what you think the message, idea, or mood of the artwork might be. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Evaluation Form a judgment or opinion. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Instructions: Use the prompts below to write about the artwork. Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram 4 Steps of Art Criticism 6 Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/Instructions: Compare two works of art. In the space where the two boxes connect, write the things the artworks have in common. Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram Compare and Contrast Artwork Title: ____________________________________ Artist/Culture: __________________ Artwork Title: ____________________________________ Artist/Culture: __________________ Similarities 7 http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Instructions: Imagine you have entered the painting. Describe the environment using the 5 senses. Exploring Place: The 5 Senses Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _______________ The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What do you see? What do you smell? What do you hear? What textures can you find? What do you taste? How does it feel to be here? 8 Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/Date: _____________________________________ Dear _____________________________________, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sincerely, _____________________________________ Instructions: Write a letter using inspiration and evidence from this artwork. Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram Write a Letter Letter Options (select one): To the artist from the student From the artist to the student To a character in the artwork From a character in the artwork 9 Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/Write a Cinquain Poem Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram Instructions: Fill in the blanks with descriptive words about the artwork to write a cinquain poem. adjective adjective verb(ing) phrase verb(ing) verb(ing) noun noun 10 Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/Instructions: Look at the artwork and answer the warm-up prompts. Use these words as inspiration to write a haiku poem about the artwork. Write a Haiku Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ Write 6 adjectives that describe the artistic style (or the way it is painted) of the artwork. Write 6 adjectives that describe the emotions of the work of arteither the emotions contained in the piece or the emotions you feel while looking at it. Write 6 verbs that describe the subject matter of the work of art. Write 6 similes or metaphors included in this art work. Write a haiku poem about the artwork using the warm-up above as an inspiration. Title: _______________________________________________ Line 1: _______________________________________________ (5 syllables ) Line 2: ___________________________________________________________ (7 syllables ) Line 3: _______________________________________________ (5 syllables ) Haiku Example: Title: Rainstorm Daughter Line 1: Crashing thunder sounds Tiny burst of light Line 2: While the sky drops in contents Joy erupts like solar flare Line 3: After, a rainbow You are my sunshine Warm-Up Write a Haiku The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram 1. 3. 5. 2. 4. 6. 1. 3. 5. 2. 4. 6. 1. 3. 5. 2. 4. 6. 1. 3. 5. 2. 4. 6. 11 Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/Instructions: Write tweets from you, the artist, the painting, and characters in the painting. Student Name: ____________________________ Date: _________________ The Art Curator for Kids | http://artcuratorforkids.com | 2014 Cindy Ingram Twitter Perspectives 12 @__________ @__________ @__________ @__________ Artwork Title: _______________________________________________ Artist/Culture: _______________________________ Date: __________ http://artcuratorforkids.com/http://artcuratorforkids.com/13 Thank you very much! Please subscribe to the blog for new posts and art resources to use in your classroom or join my mailing list to receive e-mail alerts of new available products when they are released. Did you use any of the worksheets? How did it go? Tag me on Twitter to let me know how it went! @ArtCurator4Kids http://www.artcuratorforkids.com/ Want more? 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