I have seen a lot of blog posts recently about one-point perspective.
Since this is something I teach to both 4th and 5th grade, I was intrigued by the lessons.
This is what I have done in the past with
// 5th grade //
// 4th grade //
But sometimes you have to spice up what you are use to teaching.
Got to keep things fresh and exciting.
I knew I wanted to try it out on my 5th graders.
I love the results.
And the kids do too.
You'll need 12 x 9 white construction paper.
(Fine point sharpies optional)
If you head on over to smART Class blog you can find wonderful directions there.
Those are the ones I followed.
I also drew out the example above and showed the kids on my doc camera.
This helped them know where they were going.
We only got this much done on day 1 of the project.
Day 2 and 3 were spent finishing the set-up of our drawing.
Adding in details.
I love this new and easy take on one-point perspective.