Creating, Performing & Responding to Art


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How can students use art to respond to stories?

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1. What does it mean for art to be therapeutic?

2. What is a great art form for students seeking a sensory experience?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Many people enjoy and appreciate art in their day to day lives, but fewer people stop to contemplate the different ways in which one can create, perform and respond to art. This online quiz and worksheet contain several questions that will help you improve your understanding of the significance of art in our lives. Each question in this assessment will help you study a different topic related to this subject, such as different forms of art and their uses.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Answer these questions to go over topics such as:

  • Using art to respond to stories
  • Therapeutic art
  • Art as a sensory experience
  • Artistic field trips
  • Performance art

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - check to make sure that you can accurately recall the key principles relevant to artistic performance and response
  • Reading comprehension - see how well you have recognized an instance in which art might be therapeutic
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge to identify a form of art that might be best for those seeking sensory experiences

Additional Learning

For more facts about this subject, read over the associated lesson called, Creating, Performing & Responding to Art. Review this lesson to get information on:

  • An idea for a community project for children
  • The creation of art through the use of journals
  • Common art materials for children