Illusions of Depth (Elementary Art Lessons, Arts Wire)
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|A 3rd grade lesson plan on "Seeing Near and Far": students learn how overlapping and size differences show perspective, and that on a level surface, the lowest part of a near subject is lower in a picture than the lowest part of a farther subject, recognizing which objects in a picture are near and which are far. This is an introduction of the concept of the illusion of depth on a two-dimensional surface.|
|Levels:||Late Elem. (3-5), Sixth Grade|
|Resource Types:||Lesson Plans and Activities|
|Math Topics:||Euclidean Plane Geometry, Art, Architecture|
|Math Ed Topics:||Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies|
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