Lesson plan? A "how to"? Would you please offer steps on how the students created these? How did you get each student started? Thanks-
yes please, lesson plans :-) I created a similar piece using circles cut into 1/4ths and then shuffled. Did you use a specific artist to get the students satrted?
Like your idea very much. Please send lesson plans of your lesson, I am doing larger murals with 4,5,6th graders I would appreciate to email@example.com
Ditto to the above requests. Would love to hear how you introduce, artist tie in if any, and steps. Thanks for considering to share! Patricia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Would love it if you could share how you did this! I am a parent working with 6 grades equaling 12 class art projects and would love to do this with one of them. I am not an art teacher so any tips on supplies to use or tricks you could share would be very helpful! email@example.com Thanks!!!
Ditto to the above requests. I would love to do something like this with my grade 3s. Thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org
I love this and my students will enjoy doing this project. May I please have a copy of your lesson plan also? Thank you!
I would love to get your lesson plan also :-) email@example.com Thank you very much ☀☀☀
I would really appreciate a how to on this as well! firstname.lastname@example.org
I love this art project. Would love the lesson plan. email@example.com
Hi, Have you got a how to for this firstname.lastname@example.org
If you still share this lesson plan, I would love it too. Lauriemz@sbcglobal.net
Would love to use this idea? Plans, email@example.com
This is beautiful and like others who's replied, I would love to do this with my second graders. Would you please share with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I would love to be able to do this with my second graders also! If you're sharing instructions, please share with me too at email@example.com. Thanks!
Hello Everyone, I'm sorry I haven't been on my blog in a very very long time & I do not get notifications about comments. 12X12 paper Step 1: draw 1/4 of a circle in the bottom left corner Step 2: draw 1/2 petal on left side, 2 petals in the middle or 1 and then on the bottom draw another 1/2 petal Step 3: Paint and then outline in black. Hope this helps!
Thank you, yes that is helpful but I still have questions. So does each student artist do 4 different flower 'corners' and then they put the four together to create a flower? Is each completed flower in your photograph done by one student? or are they created by combing the flowers of others?? I hope these questions make sense. I'm anxious for your response as this is truly a beautiful result.
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