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What topicLines and shapes
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Welcome to our Art lesson on Lines and Shapes! Today, we will discover the beauty in the basic elements of art and how they can be combined to create wonderful works of art.

Warm-up Activity

Let's start our lesson by playing a game called "Shape Hunt." I will describe a shape, and you will have to find objects or shapes in the classroom that match the description. For example, if I say "a circle," you can find the clock on the wall.


Now, let's talk about lines and shapes. Lines are everywhere around us, even in nature. Can you think of some examples? (Take responses from students) That's right! Trees, rivers, and even clouds have different types of lines.

Shapes, on the other hand, are created when lines meet and form closed spaces. Can you name some shapes we see around us? (Allow students to respond) Yes, we see circles, squares, triangles, and many more!

Let's get creative and practice drawing different lines and shapes on our paper. You can use different colors and even mix and match the shapes to create something unique!


Great job exploring lines and shapes with me today! Remember, art can be found anywhere, and you can use these basic elements to create amazing artworks.