Saturday, September 14, 2013

Exterior of a House: Brainstorming handout.

A great lesson for primary students to learn a little about architecture is to have them build or draw an exterior of a home.

Your class knows what belongs on the outside of a home, but they do not always know how to draw it.  I usually have them call things out and I draw them on the board for them to reference later.

That doesn't always work.  Some classes perhaps can not handle that experience.  That is why I drew up this Exterior of a House brainstorming handout.  It's not the prettiest.  I know I did it just before a class came to see me, but it has the basics.  The kids always have better ideas then what I drew, and that is exactly what it is for!

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