For my middle-schoolers architecture unit, I decided to concentrate on the Victorian era. It's close to winter break so I've chosen our drawings to be gingerbread houses!
I've stolen some images from the Internet and put together a PowerPoint presentation to show the class.
The PowerPoint shows images of Victorian Style gingerbread houses, and real gingerbread houses. It also lists some of the architectural attributes of Victorian homes that I want the kids to learn.
I also made a handout with directions and key vocabulary. It includes the rubric for this lesson as well.
Here is the first video where I show how I drew the project. This demonstrates how they should start with simple shapes then add detail.
Here is the second video where I paint the gingerbread house with watercolor.