Gaudi's Architecture for Pre-K-2Nd Grade: Discover & Make Craft!
Discover Gaudi's amazing buildings in this art appreciation class. Enjoy the story, get inspired by Gaudi's ideas, and create your own building.
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Completed by 14 learners
year old learners
Pre-Kindergarten-2nd US Grade Level
learners per class
55 minute class
In this class students will listen to a story, look at photographs of Gaudi's buildings, and learn how the great architect drew his inspiration from the world of nature. Children will discuss what architects do and the difference between architects and builders. They will use their imagination while exploring exterior and interior of Gaudi's buildings and consider what some off the elements, like staircase, balcony, or roof, remind them off. Later in a class, children will have an...
• learn some facts about Gaudi • learn (or review) what architects do and the difference between architects and builders • practice their observation skills • use their imagination • exercise their fine motor skills while working on an art project
Supply List: • SMALL carton box, like tea box or box from cosmetics (approximately 5-7 inches high) • Construction paper • Aluminum foil or parchment paper (about 10 X 10 inches; optional) • Paper towel tube or toilet paper tube • Scraps of colorful paper (wrapping paper or any other type) • Stickers of animals, sea world, trees, or flowers (optional) • Markers • Scissors • Scotch tape • Glue
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
For the craft portion of the class, parental guidance is required for younger students (ages 4-5) for the use of scissors and other materials. Parental guidance is recommended for older students (ages 6-8).
The story is my own creation (by Svetlana Khmelnitsky)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
264 total reviews
446 completed classes
I am a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia with bachelor degree in Psychology. Also, I studied Early Childhood Education in Israel and Ukraine. Before I started teaching on Outschool, I've being teaching creativity classes inspired by...