This lesson is a PDF presentation that demonstrates step-by-step project directions for teachers and students on how to create a one-point perspective drawing of a park-inspired, tree-lined path.
Slides in this lesson include:
* Materials list
* Essential questions - "How do artists create space in art?", "What is one-point perspective?"
* Visuals of how to create space in art - (overlap, height, size, linear perspective)
* Real world examples and breakdown of linear perspective
* Pietro Perugino, "Delivery of the Keys" image and breakdown of linear perspective
* Step-by-step photo visuals of teacher example
* Student challenge steps
* Printable assessment worksheet
* Student examples of lesson variations
I use this lesson every year with my third grade class and I notice many students love to use the techniques they learn even after this lesson is over, I often see them practicing it some more in their sketchbooks, or work they bring in from home.
The technique of one-point perspective is repeated many times in this presentation in different formats (photograph identification, famous artwork identification, actual project, and assessment worksheet) in order for students to become proficient at this technique.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact me via my TpT Purple Paintbrush store. If you purchase this presentation and would like an editable version, just contact me with your email address and I will send you a Google doc link that you can edit as you wish.
Thanks for checking out this lesson and happy art-making!