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Roll A Picasso Art Game. This game is played individually with a dice. The students roll the dice and draw the appropriate part to create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso. After rolling the dice 4 times your students will have completed a portrait in the style of a Master Artist. After completing one, the students can start the game over.

Roll A Picasso Art Game

This game is played individually with a dice. The students roll the dice and draw the appropriate part to create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso. After rolling the dice 4 times your students will have completed a portrait in the style of a Master Artist. After completing one, the students ca...

Picasso Faces

Art face

Amusante pour tous les âges, cette activité peut être proposée aux enfants à partir de 18 mois. D'ailleurs, c'est un excellent moyen pour apprendre les parties du visage et le vocabulaire correspondant. Les plus grands vont bien s'amuser à chercher et découper eux-mêmes des images dans de vieux magazines. Tout à la fin de ce billet, je mets à votre disposition trois images que vous pouvez utiliser pour cette activité mais si vous aimez dessiner, rien ne vous empêche de faire l'image de…

Picasso Face Dice Drawing Sheet

Pablo Picasso Portrait Drawing & Art History Research Lesson

This fun Picasso art project for kids will make it difficult to hold back the giggles! Children love all the possibilities and you'll love how easy it will be to plan this abstract portrait drawing lesson! The timeline activity is a great way for students to put facts & events from their resea...

Art at Becker Middle School: Picasso portraits revisited

Picasso portraits revisited

Every quarter, 8th graders create a portrait in the style of Picasso. We have created these in a multiple of ways in the past but this collage method has really been a successful start for all students. This lesson was adapted from United Art & Education's recent Project Guide.

A Glimmer of Light: The Roosters are in the house....inspired by Picasso's Le Coq

The Roosters are in the house....

The terrifically colorful roosters are one of my all time favorite projects...they're inspired by Picasso's Le Coq...and I think all of the students were channeling his creativity when they worked on these. I would frame each and every one of them...love...love...love the results!

Adventures of an Art Teacher: 1st Grade Found Object Faces

1st Grade Found Object Faces

My first graders had so much fun experimenting with found objects to make faces! After I saw this picture on Pinterest, I decided we needed to do a project with found objects. I already had a lot of random donated supplies that I wasn't quite sure what to do with, I started saving small objects, and sent out a request for "junk, not trash"- any small lightweight object. On the first day of the lesson, the students painted the background for their faces. (I told the students they could make…

Relief sculpture self portraits

What a Relief!

Fifth Grade Students Create Relief Sculpture Self-PortraitsAfter many years of drawing self-portraits, the fifth-graders have been asked to create one more image of themselves in an 8-inch square tile. The clay tiles show a form of relief sculpture where the...

mixed media portraits by picasso

Mixed media portraits by Picasso

The style of Picasso portraits is unmistakable: the figures fall apart and are recomposed in his paintings, overturning all the canons and the proportions of the face in the style of Cubism. When s…

Picasso's 3 musicians project

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"I am always doing that which I cannot do in order that I may learn how to do it." — Picasso #Learn #Quote

"I am always doing that which I cannot do in order that I may learn how to do it." — Picasso #Learn #Quote

ART with Mrs. Smith: Picasso and Guitars  how to

Picasso and Guitars

Pablo Picasso (Spain 1881-1973) Picasso had a thing for guitars, as some of his "guitar art" below illustrates. Kids have a thing for guitars too! Here's a lesson where the students draw a guitar, draw intersecting lines, then color the spaces. Simple lesson, but always fun and colorful. Special thanks to Mr. Lang, via Mr. Tedone, for sharing this lesson idea. Start with a dot in the center of the page, to help students position their drawing. Draw one horizontal oval below the dot. Draw…