Tag Archives: perspective

PARTY LINE GOSSIP

Have you ever noticed a flock of birds sitting on a telephone wire and wondered what their conversation was about? I imagine from that height they get a pretty good view of what’s going on in the neighborhood.  Actually, when … Continue reading

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COUNTRY HARVEST

It’s fall and we are producing a harvest landscape.   This landscape is to  include certain fall items,  but it was up to each student to decide where to put the items.  This is a project where we stress perspective and, more importantly, “following directions.”   These 4th … Continue reading

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BACK UP

A number of art sites have this body perspective project.  It’s a project the kids enjoy, and they all seem to know what they want to portray.  The kids traced their hands and feet on colored construction paper, glued them to a background sheet … Continue reading

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PERSPECTIVE BY CLASS

Perspective is the appearance to the eye of objects in respect to their relative distance and positions. This year we will be working with all our classes to include perspective in our drawings.  Perspective gives our drawings a 3-D (three … Continue reading

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FROGS IN PERSPECTIVE

This 1st Grade project was on perspective, the closer an object is the larger and closer to the bottom of the page it is and the further away the object is the small and closer to the top of the … Continue reading

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