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2nd Grade Ankeny Community Schools K-5 Art Department
1. Which object shows symmetry? A. B. C.
2. Does this show symmetry? A. YESB. NO C. CANT TELL
3. Does this show symmetry? A. YESB. NO C. CANT TELL
4. Which shape is an organic shape? A.B. C.
5. Which shape is a geometric shape? A.B.C.
6. Is this an organic shape? A. YESB. NO C. CANT TELL
7. Which group shows only warm colors? A.B.C.
8. Which group shows only cool colors? A. B. C.
9. Which group shows only neutral colors? A. B. C.
10. How do you attach 2 pieces of wet clay together? A. slip and score B. pinch and pull C. glue it
11. Which picture is an example of a coil pot? A. B. C.
12. What is this person making? A. Coil B. Slab C. Ball
13. Which picture shows an example of a paper weaving? A. B. C.
14. Which weaving has multiple layers? A. C.C. B.
15. What pattern is used to make a weaving? A. Over, Over, Under, Under B. Over, Under, Over, Under C. Over, Under, Under, Over
16. Which one shows the tree as the emphasis of the picture? A. B. C.
17. Is the flower the emphasis of this picture? A. YESB. NO C. CANT TELL
18. The emphasis of this picture is the.. A. Flower B. Sun C. Bird
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