An art teacher for years, I've found that these two worksheets are essential to help students understand the basics of how one-point perspective works. The first worksheet is dedicated to the basics of one-point perspective using simple shapes and the basic vocabulary which will guide you step by step as the shapes become 3D forms. Using a ruler, students will draw directly on the worksheet and complete the forms themselves (along with your direction). The second sheet introduces more vocabulary and puts this newfound knowledge into practical use as an entire outside scene is drawn in twelve different steps. Students are encouraged to follow along on a separate piece of paper as they will reconstruct the scene as well as add their own embellishments within it. I trust your students will find these as beneficial and enlightening as mine do.
Enjoy! (Bo, The Art Guru)
*** If you like this smaller grouping of worksheets then you may opt to purchase my larger offering: "50 Needed Worksheets for Art Students and Art Teachers". There you'll find these two worksheets as well as other worksheets covering topics such as drawing landscapes, shading techniques, drawing basics geometric forms, creating backgrounds, tests and quizzes, the elements and principles of design, color theory and so much more.