Barack Obama Black History Lego Mural

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  1. This bundled resource gives you 12 lego mural lesson guides and designs for creating a Black History Lego Mural.See my blog post for inspiration. As a bonus, I've included a pdf presentation about how to set up a lego mural.This is a great way to reinforce cooperative learning, introduce history bio
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This collaborative lego mural of Barack Obama is designed to teach students to work collaboratively, create art with new media, and use the grid of a 32 brick by 32 brick plate to match a design printed out showing a 32 x 32 brick design (1:1 ratio-no scaling needed).

The lesson is a 16 page PDF including directions, photo examples, and the design guide for you to print (eight color pages). Materials Needed: blue, yellow, red, green, and white (you can switch out colors if needed) basic legos of all sizes, Six 10”x10” lego base plates, printed color Barack Obama lego sheets.

The final mural is 20" wide by 30" tall. It can be mounted with adhesive velcro to illustration board and displayed on an easel or mounted to a bulletin board using T-pins.

Hint: Share a biography on the pioneering role of Barack Obama as our first black president with students as they work on completing the mural.

See also my Marilyn Monroe Pop Art Lego Designs

or my Mona Lisa Whole Body Listening Lego Lesson

See also these Black History Lego Mural resources:

Martin Luther King Jr

Harriet Tubman

Frederick Douglass

Rosa Parks

Jackie Robinson

Barack Obama

Oprah Winfrey

Katherine Johnson

Faith Ringgold

Amanda Gorman

George Washington Carver

Louis Armstrong

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