Exploring Butterflies through Visual Arts!
In this activity, designed by Elaine Quave, SCGSAH Visual Arts Faculty, and Daphne Cuadrado, Visual Arts Teaching Artist, students will engage in both science and creativity. First, students will learn about the majestic monarch butterfly. Then, they will design their own butterflies through an easy to follow art activity!
Suitable for grades K-12.
- What's included
-Link to activity website where students can learn about the butterfly, learn vocabulary, and follow step-by-step instructions for the activity
-Monarch Butterfly guiding questions sheet
-Monarch Butterfly anatomy worksheet
-Sharpies (while supplies last)
-Transparency Sheets (while supplies last)
-Magnets (while supplies last)
- Guiding Question
How can I use basic design techniques to create a unique design for my butterfly?
- Standards Addressed
VA.CR NM.1.2 I can combine several elements of art to construct 2D or 3D artwork.
Science Dimension 2 - Cross Cutting Concepts: Structure and Function
Science Dimension 3 - Disciplinary Core Ideas: LS2 Ecosystems, LS 4 Biological Evolution
This resource also aligns with the following from the Profile of the SC Graduate:
World Class Skills: Creativity and Innovation
Life and Career Characteristics: Work Ethic
About the Project Creator
To learn more about Elaine Quave, click here.
To learn more about Daphne Cuadrado, click here.
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