Students cut familiar animal pictures out of a magazine. They use the pictures that they have cut out to practice the noises of those animals. They participate acting like that animal and drawing a picture of their favorite animal.
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Vibrant Animals: Using an Actor's Body for Character Attributes
Students identify and portray specific character attributes through uprigth movement, creating a portrayal of an animal. They use vibrant, upright movement to convey the characteristics and temperament of specific animals. Finally,...
K Visual & Performing Arts
Learning about Animals with "Three Blind Mice"
Blind mice, hungry mice, and mice peeking through a hole are all featured in a phonemic awareness lesson. Learners sing about and read stories about this clever rodent. They compare the size of different animals to the size of a mouse,...
K Science CCSS: Designed
Shapes and Animals Around Us
Students explore shapes and animals in the Tlingit "House Partition" art object. In this visual arts lesson plan, students examine the "House Partition" and create a work of art by arranging shapes and pictures of animals they have cut out.
Pre-K - K Visual & Performing Arts
Finding the Animals: A Visual Exploration of Art
Learners participate in a “thirty-second look,” followed by a class discussion about Jan Brueghel’s painting The Entry of the Animals into Noah’s Ark. In this visual arts lesson plan, observers study the painting then use descriptive...
K - 2nd English Language Arts