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MONET. Water Lilies. Activity 1. Teacher’s Page. By Chandria Childs & Paul Provencio Townsend Elementary. Claude Monet Gallery. Look for: 1. Cool colors. 2. Gradation. 3. How do the colors make you feel? 4. Elements of impressionism. Claude Monet Activity. Write in your journal.

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    1. MONET Water Lilies Activity 1 Teacher’s Page By Chandria Childs & Paul Provencio Townsend Elementary

    2. Claude Monet Gallery Look for: 1. Cool colors. 2. Gradation. 3. How do the colors make you feel? 4. Elements of impressionism.

    3. Claude Monet Activity Write in your journal... 1. Using pencil and ruler, draw eight 1-inch boxes (connected). 2. Label left side “light” and right side “dark.” 3. Starting on the right, gradually shade each box darker. Light Pencil Line Gradation Bar Dark

    4. Claude Monet Teacher Page • Points for Discussion: Discuss gradation, value, tone, and impressionism in relation to the painting. Then have students write the answers in their journals as a review. • Enrichment activities: After students create a pencil shading gradation bar, ask how the same effect could be created with paint (by adding white paint for tinting or black paint for shading). • Fine Arts Standards: 1.1 • Journal Writing Answers: Gradation bars will vary.