You are invited to download this free printable to make fun summer-themed puzzles featuring the famous painting “Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl” by Paul Cezanne for your preschool students that foster problem-solving skills and promote deeper concentration. These art activities also come with coloring pages. These are great for encouraging children to work on their fine motor movements and creativity.
I am so excited to share with you today the latest free resource that features “Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl” still life painting created by Paul Cezanne. I invite you to download the new addition to our free resources with DIY puzzles, coloring pages, and printouts that feature this stunning artwork.
It’s a new addition to our free resources with DIY art puzzles, coloring pages, and printouts that feature this stunning artwork.
HERE IS WHAT’S INCLUDED
- Labeled poster – artwork “ Curtain, Jug And Fruit Bowl ” by Paul Cezanne
- Labeled poster for tracing
- Painting poster
- 3 types of puzzle cutouts
- Painting prompt with painting fragment
- Black and white painting
- Coloring page
Harvest is one of the central topics children enjoy learning about during the fall. Still life paintings present a wonderful inspiration for children to create their own still life expositions using various prompts (fruit, jugs, table clothes, candle holders, forest elements). This activity is great for developing their creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills and for learning to cooperate when working in a small team of peers.
Age: Preschool ages 3 – 6 years
How to use this resource:
There are 3 different types of puzzles and a painting poster is included. Print and cut them up. These puzzles can be a great addition to your art activities, fine motor work and if you are exploring the European continent with your students. Paul Cezanne was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter.
One of the art activities contains a printout with painting fragments to inspire children to complete the picture while they dip into their creativity.
Your young storytellers will enjoy working with a storytelling worksheet where they are prompted to write/dictate their story inspired by the painting.
After cutting up the puzzle pieces, set them up on a tray, and remember to include a poster with a painting as a reference for when they will be working to complete the puzzle.
You might like to mount the puzzle sheet onto thick cardboard prior to cutting it up to make it more convenient for little fingers to work on. Use a cutter to cut them up.
I hope these puzzles will be a welcomed activity in your classroom!
A cursive version is available to the members of the Resource Library 0.2!
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