This is a 20 page packet of worksheets on one and two-point perspective. There is an introduction page that explains one and two-point perspective, gives examples and vocabulary. There are five pages of one-point worksheets on boxes, letters, odd shapes, stars, and everyday objects. There are four worksheets on two-point perspective on boxes, letters, everyday objects, and buildings. There are sheets on how to draw buildings in both one and two-point perspective. There is also an assignment sheet at the end on drawing a fantasy building with a grading rubric.
There is also an assignment sheet first with assignment names and teachers signature spots. I find these assignments work best if you sign off on each sheet as the students finish. It allows you to make sure students are doing the perspective correctly.
This is a great practice packet for perspective and prepares students to create a project in perspective.