Cereal Box Deconstruction - A lesson where students "deconstruct" cereal boxes into works of art.
Temporary Tape Drawings - A lesson where students create interior designs using blue painters tape.
You can teach your students perspective using the lesson, Yarn and Pushpin Perspective.
Five Lines - Students create art using only five lines.
Students draw a plant six different ways in this drawing lesson.
This lesson is called Eye Candy. Students create a trompe l'oeil design composed of photocopied patterns. Trompe l'oeil is French for "deceive the eye," and sometimes refers to what is more commonly known as an optical illusion.
This lesson uses found materials to create one large visual gift for the public.
Square Design - Students create an interesting design using only five squares.
Economy of Design - This lesson involves students creating art using the saying, "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts."
Students create art using only materials they buy from Dollar Tree. Hence, the name of the lesson, Dollar Tree.