Your students will learn all about the Autumn season and use multi media to create a painting design. They will marvel at the way letters can be used to create branches and how color can be created using paper!
In this lesson students will identify letters, draw letters as tree branches, use paper to create color in a background, become aware of variations of media, techniques, and processes used to investigate letters and colors in an artwork, and reflect on, interpret and evaluate their works of art. They will focus on placement of letters and objects space. The lesson reflects the Common Core Standards of Speaking and Listening for grades Kindergarten through one.
It also includes the New York City Blueprint indicators for Teaching and learning in the Arts.
Included in this lesson:
- A full printable comprehensive lesson plan with:
Design Elements and Principles
National Standards for Visual Arts
Common Core Standards
New York City Blueprint indicators for Teaching and learning in the Arts
Session activities and tasks
Summary and assessment
- Images of the process of the entire project.
- A printable rubric with lesson goal options and self and teacher assessments.
- Two printable vocabulary words.
- A tree worksheet
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