Introduce Seurat to your students. Give them a short history of his life and give them examples of his work.
Explain that Seurat used an art style called pointillism. This is an art technique of using small dots in a pattern to create a larger image. Answer any questions students have about pointillism.
Invite students to practice pointillism at an art area.
When finished, regroup and discuss how the new art technique went.
Observe and record the students at work. When prompted, were they able to explain the term pointillism? What did they have to say about Seurat and his artwork? Take pictures of your students creating and display the photographs along with their finished pieces in your classroom.
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