One Point Perspective and a Whole Lot of Fun


….it’s amazing what young children can do when challenged

I introduced this lesson to my students in grades 3, 4 and 5. In previous lessons we had discussed foreground, background, horizon line and overlapping to create depth. The lesson came from Natalie over at Smart Class. Don’t let one point perspective scare you away. This lesson is so well laid out that success is almost guaranteed. For some reason the boys really liked this lesson. I’m very pleased with the finished products.

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13 thoughts on “One Point Perspective and a Whole Lot of Fun

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