Have students make their own “eye-spy” activity for a work of art to encourage close looking. They should use their most precise vocabulary to help the person playing the game find the objects in the work of art–or to make it trickier! Explore our Collection pages to find works of art you’d like to use for this activity.
Students should exchange their eye-spy with a classmate. You could also have your students share the eye-spy activities with other classrooms in your school, display them on school bulletin boards, or use them as an activity for a family event at school.