How Do You Know Something is a Sculpture? Grades K-1

Self-Paced Lesson

Students will learn about what is a sculpture. They will match the key aspects of sculptures to different sculpture examples from the Autry Museum's collection.  Students will make their own sculptures out of materials they have around the home or in nature.


Standards

CA VA: Cr2.1: Artists and designers experiment with forms, structures, materials, concepts, media, and art-making approaches.


Lesson and Resources

Lesson: How Do You Know Something is a Sculpture? Grades K-1; Spanish

Student Response Sheet: Sculptures Grades K-1 Fillable Student Response Sheet; Spanish


Associated Education Resources


Teaching Tips for Different Learning Environments

Whole Class In-Person Learning: Student groups. Cut out and have student groups match. Or, have students walk around and find their match.

Whole Class Distance Learning: Students find sculptures in their surroundings and share out with class online.


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