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Level: 3-5 Art Education Lesson Plan
Art Elements: Line, Shape
Art Skills: Drawing, Printmaking
Art History: Architecture
Students always adore printmaking lessons. When you demonstrate and pull that first print, it’s like magic for them. This printmaking lesson incorporates the study of architecture. Engage your students with some fun literary characters such as Iggy Peck and Rosie Revere before diving into a deeper discussion.
If you’re interested, this lesson is part of an architecture and engineering unit, which you can learn more about here! In addition, if you’re looking for advice about setting up your room up for printmaking, there are some great tips in this article.
Here’s a look at one way to display these prints. They look great put together as a giant “city”!
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