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The purpose of this lesson is to teach students to draw using simple lines and shapes. It can be intimidating to look at any animal (for this lesson a toco toucan) and want to draw it, but not know where to start. After the shapes are drawn, line is used to smooth and connect the shapes to make it look more like the desired animal. Then we will use marker/crayon to add lines to convey the texture of the toucan's feathers. Finally we will use shape and line to draw tropical foliage in the...
What is a toco toucan? What do toucans eat? What is their habitat? Where can we find them in the world? Why do they have such large beaks/bills? What country is the toucan the national bird? How will we use shape and line to draw a toucan? What are simple shapes we can use? (oval, circle, triangle) What is texture? How will lines create the appearance of texture (bird's feathers) in our drawing? What is foliage? What leaves/flowers/vines will we add to the background? What is your favorite part of your drawing?
None, unless you do not have a chance to finish. Then you can finish on your own time after class.
Materials needed: 9x12" drawing paper (can be a little bigger) Pencil/eraser Markers Crayons Colored Pencils (optional)
Informal assessment: - Participation (answering questions throughout the lesson) - Multiple check-ins while artwork is being created. - Knowledge check, asking questions, ensuring clarity of expectations. - Brief review of learning goal questions while wrapping up. - Brief positive discussion/critique of finished (or almost finished) artworks at the end.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jocelyn LashleyCertified K-12 Art Teacher/M.A. in Art Education/BFA in Painting and Drawing
116 total reviews
73 completed classes
***Currently, taking a break from teaching on OutSchool. 9/13/2020*** Hi, I'm Jocelyn (find me on Instagram @artteacher_Jocelyn) and I love to teach art to elementary age students! I have ten years of art teaching experience with students in...