Celtic Knot Drawing using Symmetry and Grids • Elementary Art Lesson
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This Celtic knot art lesson for kids teaches how to draw 3 Celtic knot designs. Use symmetry and grid drawing to make a Celtic knot drawing. Learn about the Celtic culture and where the Celtic knot originated with the Celtic Culture presentation. Use my differentiated learning approach to help students master this drawing lesson with warm-up and practice lessons.
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 aruler
What You Get
✤ Celtic Culture Presentation - 10 pages
✤ Teacher Instructions - 6 pages
✤ Knot Warm-Ups - 4 pages
✤ Symmetry Grid Drawing - 3 pages
✤ Enlarged Grid Drawing - 4 pages
✤ Grid Drawing Paper - 4 pages
✤ Labels and Rubrics - 3 pages
>>> A total of 34 pages!
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