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  • Sarah Novak

    Once upon an Art Room: one point Perspective Aquariums

  • Kristin Froling

    MIddle School Once upon an Art Room: Perspective Aquariums

  • rachlikesit

    Once upon an Art Room: 1-point Perspective Aquariums, 5th or 6th grade art lesson idea

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The Basics: Point Perspective by *Shattered-Earth on deviantART: Good visual aid to remind students how this works (won't take the place of demonstrations and practice)

Five Pt. Perspective Tutorial by ~awlaux on deviantART

1 point perspective art lesson - by deep space her art lessons!!!

  • Kris Doolittle

    these are just amazing! frame-worthy, I think!

  • Deep Space Sparkle

    Can't take the credit for this lesson as it was created by Natalie from Art Smart Class. I used her techniques and was amazed at how easy the project was.

  • Jessica Koning

    great, simple way to teach kids about perspective drawing!

So helpful for teaching perspective to Grade 4!

One Point Perspective City tut by ~Swingerzetta on deviantART

  • July Scott

    Omg tHANK YOU! I needed this! Because cities are the hardest thing to draw for me, thanks!

Alice's Illustrated Adventures In Wonderland: Chapter 1 ~ Down The Rabbit-Hole

One Point Perspective it would be cool to this as a painting value project

1pt Perspective for 4th & 5th! Instructions too but tweak for my students. Middle could be dock, bridge, stream, road, roller coaster? train tracks, "Slip'nSlide", bricks, garden path, red carpet, ... Book tie-in theme: Dr. Seuss, Cloudy w/ Meatballs, Wiz OZ, G Busters w State Puff MMan, alien attack, weather theme, holiday village-xmas, st.p's, ... midevil w monster in mote and castles, mario cart, track for Olympics....

A simple way to incorporate 1 pt. perspective into a 3rd grade class.

one point perspective, haunted houses..awesome idea for follow up or extra session lesson on the current one point perspective lesson...

My TV Moments - How To Draw Two-Point Perspective, with Karl Gude