With so many books being turned into movies, what better way to engage our students than to bring that connection into the classroom? This art activity focuses on how to create an interesting, balanced design based on a Zentangle maze, inspired by the movie, "The Maze Runner."
This step by step, printable worksheet shows the students how to make your own Zentangle maze design. By breaking the project down into smaller steps the students will have less questions and be able to work more independently. The back of the worksheet provides a space for Zentangle and maze practice before the students start on their final art project.
This project can be paired with a discussion about the newest hit move, "The Maze Runner," or taught as a lesson based solely on the elements of art and principles of design. This art project covers line, shape, pattern, balance, contrast, and positive and negative space.
This project could be adapted for a Language Arts or Studio Art class. This project is appropriate for students in 6th-12th grade.
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