In this cross-curricular, hands on exploration of circles, students work with protractors and circles
to discover the work of Frank Stella. Students not only learn the life and work of a Frank Stella but see how protractors can be used to cross over into creative expression.
This is hands-on learning at its best! This lesson is a welcome addition to both art and mathematics classrooms. Use it with other math and art lessons to build your art/math gallery and even host your own art show!
Use independently or SAVE as part of one of the math bundles:
- 5th/6th Grade Math Project Bundle: 5 projects, common core aligned projects to practice area, ratio, circles, and more.
- Ultimate Math Art Bundle: Tessellations, Fibonacci, Linear Equations and more
This detailed workbook includes:
● Complete teacher’s guide for a 50 – 60 minute lesson
● Student handouts on Frank Stella’s art and activity directions
● A ready-to-use presentation on Frank Stella’s art
● A complete materials list
● Sample of student work
Skills Developed in this lesson:
● Students will identify key themes in Frank Stella’s artwork.
● Students will apply the knowledge of key themes to their own art creation.
● Students will become familiar with geometric tools including protractors, rulers and triangles.
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● Fibonacci Spirals
● The Art of Masks
● Art and Mathematics: 3 in 1 bundle./a>
● March Madness
● Coming soon…more Fractal art, proportions with Mondrian, Calder mobiles, and Math Antics puzzler scavenger hunts.
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