This art lesson requires little to no prep. It was designed to be taught by a substitute teacher, art teacher, or classroom teacher. It is fully formed so that all a teacher needs to do is to read the information and questions on each slide and listen to the students' responses.
This lesson may be taught as a PowerPoint projection or printed out and each page shown, one-by-one.
The materials needed for the lesson are the most basic: paper, pencil and crayons.
The illustrations introduce the student to unique treehouse designs, that will encourage the student to let their imaginations lead their own designs.
I have tested this on my own art subs and have gotten positive feedback. My students also expressed to me that they were excited to create their own drawings.
This would be perfect as an emergency sub lesson or as a lesson to be taught by a teacher at any time.
I revised this lesson in April of 2016. If you purchased the old version, you may download this one for free.
If you are interested in other lessons that connect with architecture, you might like these:
A Home with an Onion Dome
James Rizzi's Happiest Houses on Earth
Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes