This lesson was developed to meet the the National Core Arts Standards of creating, presenting, responding, and connecting.
Here is what you'll find:
Examples: Bold, big, patterned, painted
Students Working: (in progress)
Digital Exquisite Corpse Collages
These exquisite corpse collaborations will be sculptural interactive pieces. Other students throughout the school will enjoy spinning the head, body, and legs to make new combinations. So, the fifth graders will need to make a plan for where they will install each set, make directions that invite respectful engagement, and a museum label that credits each artist.
I also hope to assign students to check on the installations each day to make sure they are respected.
Math Problems based on Art
View the answers here.
Resource: Monster Mixer Online Game
This game, Monster Mixer by Crayola, might help students generate some fun monster themed combinations when they begin drawing their ideas. I collected a bunch of their monster combinations and printed them out as another resource for my students (below).
USING PERSPECTIVE TOOL IN SUPERIMPOSE APP:
First import the template (above) as the background layer then follow these steps. I made the directions into this printable PDF here or view the pages below.
5th graders inspiring us all
During the last week of school we are going to use the fifth graders' art to inspire the rest of the school to try the Exquisite Corpse game using the game sheet that I included in the packaged lesson.