My 6th graders have been working so hard on perfecting these two point perspective cities. When they were finished, they had to write a 6 word story to accompany their artwork. It was great to see some kids really flourish with the technical side of it.
Nope. Just four. Man, bulletin boards take forever and mine aren’t even elaborate!
This one has some precious kinder snowmen on it with a few snowman ice cream cones as well. This board is in my classroom which is why it’s so tiny.
This board is showcasing some awesome one point perspective drawings by 5th grade. I was so impressed with some of their themes and their execution of said theme.
This board is another snowman board and this one is in the entry of our school – or as our database manager once called it, the loading dock. Haha!
And one more board of scoops…
This is a fun project I came across on Artsonia by Blue Mountain Elementary students. I love the different perspective and that each picture can still be individualized.
I’ve shared pictures of the step by step process so far. We will share more when they are complete!
Check out these fab one point perspective pics my 5th graders are working on. Each 5th grade is doing it a little differently as far as placement of the horizon line and vanishing point go, so once I get all the pictures posted there will be several variations.
My friend and fellow art teacher shared this super eye-catching project at our last art teacher meeting and I believe it can be found at her blog, Color It Like You Mean It! 🙂
I am doing this project with second grade and they are loving it! Rebekah’s step by step instructions were great and *everyone* has created a fantastic piece so far! I’ll add more pictures next week after we paint our umbrellas!
Today we finished our umbrellas, painted our puddles, and used our pinky finger to paint raindrops!
My bulletin board with the umbrellas! I’ll add some “May flowers” soon!
5th graders have been learning about one point perspective and have created these nice pictures with their names. I love their creativity! I think next time I might try having them put the vanishing point in the middle of the horizon line to get that cool bursting out effect.
PS – I love doing this as one of the first projects of the year because it helps to refresh me on their names and learn any new student names as well! 🙂