2-D O'Keeffe Flower and 3-D Sculpey® Insect - Lesson Plan Volume 30

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Grades 3-12.

Students will…

  • Recreate the O'Keeffe style flower, then construct an insect out of Sculpey® clay (the attachment of the insect to the flower will give it a 3-D effect).
  • Become aware of features unique to individual flowers.
  • View and discuss Georgia O'Keeffe flower paintings.
  • Point out and name flower details and features by examining live, artificial, and photographed flowers.
  • Understand the term overlapping.
  • Create an enlarged flower with overlapping parts, which break the borders.
  • Utilize a variety of resources.
  • Learn various drawing skills.
  • Develop a rounded insect form consisting of a head, thorax, abdomen, six legs, a pair of antennae, and wings.
  • Understand the difference between 2-D and 3-D art forms.
  • Manipulate the Sculpey® clay and use joining methods to create a 3-D insect.
  • Embellish the insect using dots and line textures.
  • See and appreciate the beauty that surrounds them in nature and understand that the arts promote this.

Item Weight: 0.03
Age: 8 yrs. - 18 yrs.
Lesson Plan: Art
Grade: 3 - 12
School Type: Elementary School, Middle School, High School
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