On Monday, I listed 10 kinesthetic art activities to do in front of works of art. Now, here are 12 artworks that can be explored through movement. Show the art to the kids and get them moving with some kinesthetic art appreciation activities!
Don’t stop there; be sure to discuss the artwork with your students as well using these ways to talk about art with kids.
Note: Some of these artworks contain nudity. You can make the decision for your own families/classes whether or not you are comfortable showing it to kids. The great majority of students I’ve taught were able to handle this respectfully. It’s only weird if you make it weird.
Teens of the 90s may recognize this one. “Mmm mmm mmm mmm.”
Which one is your favorite?
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