Students built off of their knowledge of creating animals with shapes from the previous owl project. As a class we brainstormed several animals and what shapes could be used to build them. Students were asked to draw a large shape animal of their choice and use solid color to color it in. Students also learned about using unconventional tools to create shapes to formulate a background for their animal using a cardboard square with white paint. The second class students cut their animals into pieces placing them back together into abstract animals.
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