Agamographs provide a fun unique way of viewing art. My students are fascinated and get so excited with this art idea.
This resource is a hands-on Fall themed activity that combines two separate images into one are piece, which the viewer can then see – from different angles - each picture independently.
This activity involves coloring-in, cutting, gluing and folding. You will require; coloring-in materials (pencils, felts, etc), scissors, glue-sticks.
This resource has 6 Fall themed images (turkey, piece of pie, witch dress-up and cauldron, squirrel and acorn, pumpkin and leaves), paired into all 15 combinations to put together and create the agamograph.
This resource is excellent for creating a quick piece art to display.
This also can give you an insight to your students' favorite or best subjects at school!
There are two levels of challenge;
1. the final image is composed of 8 strips (4 strips for one Fall image and 4 strips for the other), suitable for younger students
2. the final image is composed of 16 strips (8 strips for one Fall image and 8 strips for the other)
I have also included blank templates for students to create their own two images to combine.
You may also like to check some of my other Agamographs;