Frank Lloyd Wright For Kids

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DESCRIBE THE LESSON: Write a summary of the math, social studies, science, language arts, Spanish lesson you will teach. The lesson MUST be listed in the KSDE Standards for the age group you have selected. [2-3 paragraphs] My lesson will incorporate the understanding of shapes with the artwork of Frank Lloyd Wright. The students will first be taught about Frank Lloyd Wright and will be shown examples of his stained glass artwork. We will also read parts of the Children’s Book Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids written by Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen to learn about his life and various artworks. After learning about Frank Lloyd Wright we will then discuss the artwork as a class and talk about the shapes that we can identify in the artwork. We will…show more content…
2. Correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size. Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes. 5. Model shapes in the world by building shapes from components (e.g., sticks and clay balls) and drawing shapes. DESCRIBE YOUR ART PROJECT: List and describe your first choice for an art project. [2-3 paragraphs] My art project is for children to create their own Frank Lloyd Wright inspired stained glass window. The children will use various art materials and there will be options for children who are more advanced in their motor skills and options for children who are behind in their motor skills. Such as offering glue in glue sticks, or being able to paint the glue on. I will also offer pre-cut shapes, or the children will be allowed to cut their own shapes out of the various types of paper if they are at that stage in their learning. The kids will begin with a blank piece of white construction paper roughly around 12x18 inches. The kids will then be allowed to glue on various shapes in various colors and sizes in order to create their stained glass window. The kids will be given black strips of paper as well in order for them further their design. There will be an example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s windows at every table but the children will be encouraged to use their own imagination and create their own design. After the children
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