Victorian House Computer Lesson for Grades 4 to 12
Computer Victorian House Unit is a fun and engaging way to learn the graphics portion of MS Word. Students will draw a victorian house utilizing lines, shapes, and patterns. When I first assign this project students gasp in fear, the common response is “ I can’t draw this. It is to hard”. I always say the word can’t doesn’t exist in the art room. Next, I ask the class to focus on just a window or door, and look at its components. After the students, understand that the house consists of combining and putting shapes inside of shapes they eagerly begin the project.
Included in the lesson:
Victorian House Computer Lesson for 4th to 12th grade
PowerPoint “ Victorian House”
Handout “Doors Around the World”
Handout “ Windows of the World”
Handout “ Shingle Designs”
7 Printable Coloring Sheets or examples
Samples of student work
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