Free Artist Notebook Pages
Study the master artists in your homeschool for free with this 10 page printable pack. These FREE Artist Notebook Pages are designed for your child to fill out and utilize as they learn about any great artist. The sheets offer flexibility and structure to begin any unit of learning on an artist. The depth that you want to go into is completely up to you and your student. You can use just a page or two for a survey of many artists over the course of a year, or take your time and use every page for an in depth focus on just a few. It’s up to you!
These Free Artist Notebook Pages Include:
- Master Artist Fact Page- facts about the artist.
- Words to Recall- Artist quote and vocabulary.
- Art Gallery- Page for facts, images, or child’s drawings.
- Picture Study- Favorite work picture study page.
- Picture Study- Famous work picture study page.
- Biography- Student writes about the artist.
- Extra Writing Page- Blank writing page for needed space.
- Writing Prompt Page- How this artist inspires page.
- Sketch and Draw- Scribble or sketching page.
- Notes- Child can take notes while researching.
I hope you find these useful and that they bless you in your homeschool journey! Please let me know what you think and leave a comment!
How you will receive your Free Artist Notebook Pages:
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