Matching Art Games
The matching game is played by matching two images in a grid. They might look exactly the same or be related in some way. Sometimes it is two art pieces, sometimes an art piece and its title or description. If you have an ARTK12 account this game saves your scores to the ARTK12 leaderboards. I’m not kidding!
Ahhh, yes. Famous artists. Where would we be without them? Well, probably somewhere a lot like we are now but we wouldn't be wondering where we would be without them because there wouldn't be any. Maybe we'd be wondering where we would be without famous plumbers? But I digress. Try your matching skills with famous artists and if you don't know who they are, relax. Very shortly you will. Read more » 9 Famous Men Artists Well, well, well...we have come to the end of a long journey. Are you ready for dinner, dessert in the desert and a movie? I know I am. But not so fast aspiring geographer. You still have 4 more countries to learn. Only 4? Yup, 4 countries and one dog, 5 times over. Students! Start your engines. Read more » Africa: Matching Game VII It is the sixth and not the final Africa matching game. 9 countries for you to learn. 9 countries for you to see. 18 squares that have to be matched in as few moves as possible! Somalia through Tunisia! Pack those suitcases! Read more » Africa: Matching Game VI It's another Africa matching game. Number 5 to be exact. Why so many games? Well, there are a lot of African countries. In this game match 8 countries and 1 sea. Don't get lost! Read more » Africa: Matching Game V This matching game covers the African countries of Libya through Namibia. Learn these nine countries and have fun doing it. Seriously. It'll be fun. Trust me. Read more » Africa: Matching Game IV Ahhhhh, yes. The third Africa matching game. Will this never end? Well, yes, but not anytime soon. This game covers Gabon through Liberia with a big lake thrown in. Read more » Africa: Matching Game III This is ARTK12's first geography matching game. Do you know the names of your African countries? Can you remember what you flipped, where you flipped it and what you flipped before that? This game covers nine countries: Algeria through Cape Verde. Read more » Africa: Matching Game I This is the seventh matching game to be paired with an ARTK12 Art History book. Stop saying that! This game essentially covers chapters 9-12 in American Art History, Vol. II. Don't just stand there! Start playing! Read more » American Art History, Matching Game VII This is the fifth matching game to be paired with an ARTK12 Art History book. This game essentially covers chapters 1-4 in American Art History, Vol. II. Our faithful dog, Nala, even shows up. Have fun! Read more » American Art History, Matching Game V This is the first matching game to be paired with an ARTK12 Art History Book. There will be four matching games for each semester. This game essentially covers the first four chapters of American Art History, Vol. I. Read more » American Art History, Matching Game I This is the Giotto Life of Christ matching game with titles. The goal here is to match the painting with its correct title. If you're signed in....your scores will be saved on the Leader Board! WooHoo! Read more » Giotto – The Life of Christ II This is the second Renaissance Matching Game and it is played differently than the first. In this game you must match the art piece with its title. There are 9 art pieces and 9 title cards. Enjoy! Read more » Renaissance Matching Game II Vincent Van Gogh painted sunflowers multiple times. In some cases the variations are only slightly different between two paintings. There are seven different sunflower paintings in this game along with two portraits of the great artist. Enjoy! Read more » Vincent Van Gogh – Sunflower Matching Game In 1890-1891 Monet produced a series of about 25 paintings of haystacks. He used these canvases to show how a single subject could change depending upon the time of day, the weather, and the season of the year. Read more » Monet’s Haystacks – Matching Game