The art of Kandinsky and geometry come together allowing students to see how math can influence art.
This project is meant to work cross-curricularly. Math, art, and reading, and writing skills are all used to create this tabbed book. The book has a short biography of Wassily Kandinsky and comprehension questions.
Students will take what they have learned about him as well as geometry to create their own piece of art that reflects those concepts that were important to him. Students will also write about their sketch while discussing what geometric features they are using.
An example of the project is also included. The number of terms that a student describes is left blank so the teacher can differentiate for the student if needed.
Aligns to TEKS 4.6A, 4.6B, and 4.6C