PlanIt - Art LKS2 - Bodies Lesson 2: Drawing Body Shapes in Charcoal Lesson Pack

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PlanIt - Art LKS2 - Bodies Lesson 2: Drawing Body Shapes in Charcoal Lesson Pack
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Can you draw in detail using charcoal? This lesson focuses on tonal drawing skills using charcoal but also looking at the sculpture of British artist Henry Moore. The pack includes a lesson plan, a Photo pack of images and a PowerPoint to scaffold a discussion of Henry Moore's work.
PlanIt - Art LKS2 - Bodies Lesson 2: Drawing Body Shapes in Charcoal Lesson Pack contains:
  • Henry Moore Prompt Cards [PDF]
  • Henry Moore Images []
  • King and Queen by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Large Four Piece Reclining Figure 1973 by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Mother and Child by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • The Wall Background for Sculpture, 1962 by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Three Piece No3 Vertebrae Working Model by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Unknown by Henry Moore (2) [JPG]
  • Unknown by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Henry Moore Photopack []
  • King and Queen by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Large Four Piece Reclining Figure 1973 by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Mother and Child by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • The Wall Background for Sculpture, 1962 by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Three Piece No3 Vertebrae Working Model by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • Unknown by Henry Moore (2) [JPG]
  • Unknown by Henry Moore [JPG]
  • #Lesson Plan Drawing Body Shapes in Charcoal [PDF]
  • #Lesson Presentation Drawing Body Shapes in Charcoal [PPT]
  • #PlanIt User Guide [PDF]
  • #Success Criteria Grids Drawing Body Shapes in Charcoal [PDF]
  • #Unit Overview [PDF]

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