Re: Animals in Art - Tessellation and Gargoyles lesson plans
I'm currently working on an inservice for our art staff.
The topic is how to successfully transition from 2-D to 3-D.
The two lessons you linked fit right in.
Woody in KC
Judy Decker wrote:
> Here is a lesson I did on Tessellation (Woody will recognize it is word for
> word his plan with my additional notes):
> This was done as interdisciplinary with math and social studies. I have
> included some of our finished work -- the step-by-step images are from
> Woody's class.
> Our follow-up lesson was gargoyle boxes:
> This lesson could be adapted for fourth/fifth grade (or even third as you
> can see from Linda Wood's student work) and scaled up for high school.
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