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Students draw and name the parts of a flower. They demonstrate symmetry in their drawings.
Fourth graders read a comprehension passage and answer short answer questions and then identify their answers as explicit information or drawing conclusions. In this comprehension lesson plan, 4th graders do this as a whole and individuals.
Students create cave drawings of their own after viewing ancient neolithic cave paintings. In this cave drawings lesson plan, students use chalk and construction paper.
Students create a masterpiece. In this drawing lesson students use a magazine picture to make a very tall person. The students cut the picture to stretch it out.
Students practice observation techniques to improve their drawing skills. In this drawing technique lesson, students assess drawing as an art media and discuss realism. Students view examples of animal drawings and practice drawing using shape, contour, value, and detail.
Let the leaves fall where they may! Children experiment with watercolors and blind contour drawing. They cut out leaf shapes and trace them onto a cool color-washed background, creating beautiful organic images. The instructions for this project are very good and easy to use. Tip: Have a parent instruct the class in small groups as an art station while they are finishing up extra or unfinished business during the semester.
Design projects are wonderful vehicles for math, engineering, and problem solving skills. Learners put their understanding of area, ratio, and scale to the test as they design a school play area. They scale their drawing up and down using the scale.
Students draw a map to give directions to someone rather then give them too many relative locations.
Students explore contour drawing. In this art lesson, students draw their hand. Students draw with the opposite hand that they usually write with. Students cover their paper as they draw so they can not see what they are drawing.
Ocean explorers or mathematicians research the wreck of the CSS H.L. Hunley. They investigate the actual dimensions of the Hunley using math and measuring skills. Afterward, they sketch a large scale drawing of the submarine outdoors on the black top. Assessment questions and an answer key provided. Go deep with this lesson!
Young scholars demonstrate the process of creating a scaled rubber band enlargement of a simple drawing. They observe and discuss a teacher-led demonstration, and create a scaled rubber band enlargement of simple drawings and their invention blueprints from a previous lesson.
Students name the different layers of the Earth. In this earth science lesson, students calculate the thickness of each layer. They draw a scaled model of the Earth.
In this drawing Lewis structures worksheet, students read about the 5 steps taken to draw Lewis structures for atoms and molecules. These include identifying the valence electrons, placing pairs of electrons between atoms to be bonded, and moving unshared pairs of electrons so that each atom has eight electrons.
Students make accurate drawings of a classmate's shadow. They note position of the sun in the sky. They identify a connection between the direction of the shadow and the location of the sun. They observe changes in shadows over time.
This problem solving PowerPoint presents a detailed, logical sequence of steps to follow in order to solve a story problem. The thinking processes described are given in text and represented by a visual model. After discussing the example, students draw a diagram and follow similar problem solving steps using a new story problem.
Learners explore how scientists determine what prehistoric animals looked like based on their bones. They draw a picture of the skull of a Tyrannosaurus Rex by copying an image from an overhead or book.
Students create their own "gift drawings" that are inspired by the dreams and visions of the Shakers. In this gift drawings lesson plan, students learn the history of the Shakers, make their own drawing, and practice elements of design in their artwork.
Middle schoolers investigate the use of proportion using gesture drawing as the subject matter. They create a painting using the elements of art and principles of design.
Students, working in groups, make scale drawings of dinosaurs. The four groups then assemble their assigned parts into one composite drawing.
Young scholars use their visualizing and interpreting skills to produce original writings and drawings. First, they listen to an adaptation of William Clark's description of the sage grouse. They form mental images that they translate into drawings of the bird.