Pattern Art - Tessellation
Using a cutout shape, learners will trace it to create a pattern
185 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
learners per class
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Do you like to put puzzles together? You can create your own type of puzzle called a Tessellation. After our get to know you time, we will review how to take turns in the ZOOM class. Then we will go over the supplies list to make sure we have everything we need for the art project. The learners will be asked to share their prior knowledge about how to make a repeating pattern, like - apple, pear, apple pear or blue, red, yellow, blue, red, yellow...The puzzle pieces we will make will also...
To create a pattern artwork like Tessellation To participate in discussions and share their art To have fun
I have been teaching children from ages birth to young teens for 30 years. My degree is in Studio Art and I'm certified in Early Childhood Education. I taught 3 year old preschool classes, first grade at international schools overseas, and I was a nanny for the same family for 22 years. My whole career has been centered on working with children and I have incorporated my passion for art throughout that whole time.
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Pre-cut 3"x4" piece of paper (construction paper or card stock) 9x12 Drawing paper Pencil Scissors Tape Colors (pastels, colored pencils, or markers)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners will be using scissors and tape
Tressa HoltWorking with children for over 30 years
185 total reviews
318 completed classes
I have been working with children for over 30 years in different capacities. I was a nanny for the same family for 22 years. I taught preschool for 12 years and first grade for 5 years. I loved teaching at international schools for seven years in...