Fine Art in preschool and kindergarten

We have a wonderful kindergarten teacher that allows me to come in and observe her children in action any time I am available. Over several weeks, this classroom has been working on a collection of their own fine art modeled after many famous artists.

They each made their own art portfolio to keep their collection of fine art in as they studied the style of each artist.

With each artist they studied, the children kept a short log of information.

 

The portfolios included a folder to place their own work they modeled after each artist. Here are some of the finished pieces of their fine art!

Henri Matisse


Claude Monet


Georgia O’Keeffe


Pablo Picasso

Vincent Van Gogh


Georges Seurat


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Be sure to check out this fine collection of preschool fine art by No Time for Flashcards!

Comments

  1. says

    My daughter was lucky enough to have a similar experience in kindergarden. In the long run, the best part is that she came away knowing great artists by name and style, which makes going to art museums WAY more fun. She’ll still say things like, “I remember making my own Mondrian painting,” while looking at a real one!