Have you been looking for a way to integrate art into your social studies lesson about cultures?
Art teachers, do you want a fun way to teach symmetry, grid drawing, overlap and shading?
The final result will be exquisite Celtic knot drawing that will make an impressive display.
Your students will:
✤ Learn about the Celtic culture.
✤ Do some warm-up exercises to build confidence (and allow you to pre-assess).
✤ Use symmetry and a grid to finish the knot drawing.
✤ Use the grid method to enlarge a Celtic knot.
✤ Fill out a label and rubric.
✤ Social studies - Celtic culture
✤ Math - symmetry
✤ Math - use of ruler
What You Get
✤ Celtic Culture Presentation - 10 pages
✤ Teacher Instructions - 5 pages
✤ Knot Warm-Ups - 4 pages
✤ Symmetry Grid Drawing - 3 pages
✤ Enlarged Grid Drawing - 4 pages
✤ Labels and Rubrics - 3 pages
A total of 39 pages
✤ I've added rubric with words in addition to the existing emoji rubrics.
Please take a look at the preview to get a snapshot of what you get.
If you want a symmetry lesson for younger students, take a look at Symmetry for Little Artists
, which has a fairytale / Medieval theme.
This drawing set is part of a series of drawing lessons designed to teach beginning drawing skills using a Medieval or Fairytale theme.
You can get these lessons in a Medieval & Fairytale Drawing Bundle
to save money, or separately as a the following sets:
Abstract Art Drawing Scoot
(using the 5 Elements of Shape)
Fairytale & Medieval Symmetry Drawing for Little Artists
Celtic Knot Drawing using Symmetry and Grids
Upside-Down Drawing: How to Draw a Knight & Dragon
Perspective Drawing: Showing perspective with Castles, Dragons + Princess & Frog
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