Art lesson PLANTS - Blue Nikau with NZ links (oil pastel and paint)
Techniques are teacher guided and includes extensive student choice opportunities.
Suitable for primary / elementary and middle school.
A clearly laid out full-colour PDF presentation for creating art within the New Zealand context, and beyond. Includes easy to follow steps-by-step instructions and example photographs throughout.
The focus of this art lesson is the Nikau Palm tree and Maori Kowhaiwhai patterns (New Zealand). It is influenced by the works of Fauvist artists Henri Matisse and Franz Marc. This context can be adapted to suit your local environment & cultural background.
The lesson was taught in a Year 4 class of 8 and 9 year old students. Integrates complimentary colour theory, line theory and Geometry.
Landscape layout suitable for viewing on large and individual screens.Presentation consists of 22 slides (pages).
Examples in this unit were made by Y4 students.
You can also get the Unit Plan linked to the NZ art curriculum, here:
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