This À la cART lesson explains the breakdown of a Covid-19 virus. Students will draw and color a Covid-19 virus and then wash it away with blue colored dish soap.
You will Receive
- 27-page, non-editable PDF
- a single class (60 minute) duration art project
- an introduction script to read aloud with questions to engage students
- list of different art techniques used
- step-by-step instructions with pictures
- extension activities: word searches, coloring page and activity sheet
Total of 27 pages
I design À la cART lessons to be completed with simple art supplies as it is difficult enough trying to cart materials from one classroom to another. This Covid-19 project does need something extra: (1) dish soap (Palmolive / Dawn / Joy), (2) small plastic cups and (3) straws.
Approximate Time Needed
The time needed will depend on the age group of students but usually takes approximately 60 minutes for the read-aloud introduction, art lesson and clean up.
Read Aloud Introduction
You do NOT need any art and / or art history knowledge to teach À la cART lessons – it is all laid out for you. The read-aloud introduction introduces the breakdown of the Covid-19 virus and the art techniques pertinent to this lesson; with questions guiding student conversation.
I like using visuals to support my lessons. For extra images, you can do a Google image search and then share with the class by projecting on a smartboard or whiteboard.
Perfect for grades TK – 12, homeschooling
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