Elementary Art Project: Castle Drawing Lesson, overlapping, texture rubbings
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Teach elementary art or middle school art students about creating depth in landscapes with this castle design project. Designed for younger elementary art students, ideal for 1st through 4th grade. This lesson pack includes a lesson plan, guides, and demo video to teach students how to use overlapping, size, and placement to create depth in art.
This pack includes a creating depth in art handout, texture rubbing assignment, and instructions on creating a castle landscape drawing. This is a well-rounded lesson plan with introductory assignments that lead up to the main project.
This was designed for first grade but can work for 2nd grade and up.
All in all this product includes:
➣Depth activity handout and key
➣Depth in art examples
➣Castle drawing instructions
➣Link to a texture-rubbing YouTube demonstration
➣Link to a castle drawing demo video on YouTube
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This product was created in collaboration with my amazing, wonderful mother, Anne Ward. She is a retired elementary art teacher of over 30 years. She has a wealth of knowledge in the art education field and still teaches private lessons, summer sessions, and acts as a resource for her former school county. My mom is the reason I became an art educator and now I am so excited to team up with her so she can help inspire other art teachers!