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Mr. Needler Sixth grade
Science Art Literature 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 Grab Bag Exit
Science 100 What do the rings of a tree tell us? How old the tree is.
Science 200 Name the constellation The Big Dipper
Science 300 What biome is the picture? Tundra
Science 400 The process a butterfly goes through is called? Metamorphosis
Science 500 The picture is an example of what? The Periodic Table of Elements
Art 100 Who is the artist of this painting? Leonardo Da Vinci
Art 200 Who is the artist? Salvador Dali
Art 300 This painting by Claude Monet is an example of which movement? The Impression movement
Art 400 What is the title of this piece of art by Vincent Van Gough? Starry Starry Night
Art 500 Who is the modern artist of this painting? Andy Warhol
Literature 100 Author of Charlotte's Web? E. B. White
Literature 200 What genre does this book, written by J. K. Rowling get classified as? Fantasy
Literature 300 Who is the author of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe as well as the other Chronicles of Narnia books? C. S. Lewis
Literature 400 The Diary of Anne Frank took place in what war? WWII
Literature 500 Who is the author of this book, real name Theodore Geisel? Dr. Seuss
Grab Bag 100 How many miles is Earth from the Sun? 93 million
Grab Bag 200 Spongebob lives in what city? Bikini Bottom
Grab Bag 300 What note is La representing? A, quarter note
Grab Bag 400 This flag belongs to which country? Iraq
Grab Bag 500 She accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition and is referred to as The Bird Woman Sacagawea
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“Starry Starry Night” (Performed by Don McLean) Reflection & Discussion.
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Welcome to Art History Next Directions For each question click on the options below to find the correct answer. Begin!
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Art Appropriation Introduction Hall High School Fall 2013 By: Ms. Lemrise.
Think Art! Marjorrie C. Custodio Heritage Middle School 7 th Grade Fine Arts.
Modern Art Click an image to learn more about that style of painting.
Blank Jeopardy. Category #1 Category #2 Category #3 Category #4 Category #
Courtney Almendinger. Leonardo da Vinci He only painted 25 paintings in his life. He was left handed, but taught himself how to write with his right.
ARTISTS and their ENVIRONMENTS “Art has been here from very early times. Although art has changed much since then, there are many similarities between.
Eras of Art in Europe. Contributions of Renaissance Artists The artists of the Renaissance created master artworks that became a major part of cultures.
Principles of Design. Part II. What are PRINCIPLES OF ART? *What does using EMPHASIS enable the artist to do? *What is PATTERN / REPETITION and what two.
The Beginning Exit The Middle The End.
BY ROOM 8, JULY LEONARDO DA VINCI Leonardo da Vinci was very clever and invented lots of things. He was famous for painting the “Mona Lisa”. Where.
By Blue Balliett. What is art? Why do people interpret art differently?
Outcome and Theme Comprehension Strategies
The Elements of Art 7 BUILDING BLOCKS OF ART Artists use these blocks to create effects in art.
Team 4Team 5 Team 6 Team 1Team 2Team 3 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Round 1.
The Effects of Good Government, 1338 – Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
How Dewey Do Dewey??? Dewey Decimal Classification System Kathy Smith.
Jen Cogley & Brianna Negrete Period 9 - Humanities.
When you speak about genre and literature, genre means a category, or kind of story.
Famous Artist: Research/Painting Project. Starry Night By: Vincent Van Gogh #1 #2 Water Lilies, Evening Effect By: Claude Monet.
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Dont Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
The Chronicles of – Narnia The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
ARTISTS WAY. FAMOUS ARTISTS Historically, artists become famous either for their unique style or the character they exude to the world of art. Beginning.
Fantasy and Science Fiction ~ These genres spring from folklore but differ in that they were not handed down by word of mouth over time but rather written.
Works of Art to Know. American Gothic Grant Wood.
Jeopardy by Matt Villella Characters Literary Elements Sayings Miscellaneous.
Matt Villella Characters Literary Elements Quotes Miscellaneous Exit.
Famous Paintings of the world. Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci.
1. A big dog like seaman might frightin some people. 2. Do you think, he will bite me.
Still Life Assessment Maryam Hamouda 7B. Played Out The subject of this drawing is still life. The drawing has two pairs of boots. One big and another.
Art Artistic Time Periods *Classical Art *Renaissance Art *Romanticism *Realism *Impressionism *Modern : Abstract and Non-Objective.
Where is everything ?. How many main sections are there in this library? Basically, we have three main sections in the library that students can go to!
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