A fun art activity to experiment with the use of line and pattern.
This is a collaborative art activity where all students contribute to one finished piece of art.
Print your chosen template for the class and cut the pieces along the dotted line.
Before beginning the activity, decide on the medium of choice i.e. either all students will use marker pens or all students will use colored pencils. No black is to be used.
For greatest engagement in the activity, do not reveal the subject to the students – it is more exciting to discover they have made a cat or a robot!
Distribute a piece of the template to each student. There is a right side and a wrong side to each piece. The right side has a number written in the bottom right corner. Students turn the paper over and lightly record this number in lead pencil on the wrong side of the paper. (This is just in case the number becomes obscured by their drawing). Students then flip the piece back and begin drawing their lines and patterns.
Once students have completed their work, the teacher assembles the pieces together like a giant jigsaw puzzle.
Use the Teacher Guide (which includes a numbering scheme) to assemble.
Prepare a backing mount for the finished artwork to be displayed.
Further instructions are included with the resource.
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