Kindergarten

The Animal in Me: A Lesson About Shapes

Art Theme: Shapes & identity.

Overarching Lesson Goal(s): Students will be able to express who they are through the creation of an animal face using shapes.

Overview: Students will be asked to think about what kind of animal they would be, if they could be an animal. Students will make an animal’s face using cut-out shapes and crayon.

Art Lesson Objectives:
Objective 1: Students will use at least three different shapes to create an animal that
represents who they are.
RI GSE: VAD 1 (K-2)-1: Students demonstrate knowledge and application of Visual Art and Design.

Objective 2: Students will create a symbolic piece of art that is a reflection on how they see themselves.
RI GSE: VAD 3 (K-2) –1: Students demonstrate the ability to communicate
in the language of Visual Art and Design.

Objective 3: Students demonstrated the ability to use scissors, glue and color with crayons.
RI GSE: VAD 1 (K-2) – 2: Students demonstrate knowledge and skill of media, tools, techniques, and processes of Visual Art and Design

Evaluation:
1. Created an animal face using three different shapes.
2. Created an animal that they felt represented them?
3. Able to use scissors, glue and crayons to make their animal face.

My Example:

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