I wanted to introduce my younger students to the colorful world of travel in art class. Our first destination was the city of London. My first grade artists learned about the key icons and landmarks of the famous city.
Using construction paper and tempera paints, my students delighted in making double decker buses, Big Ben and the Tower Bridge.
Plus, we created a large mural of the city of London while mastering some basic art concepts, while creating these fun, adorable art projects.
Introduce your students to the colorful world of travel through art. Children will learn about the key icons and landmarks of London while creating fun, adorable art projects. Using construction paper and tempera paints, primary students will delight making double decker buses, Big Ben and the Tower Bridge. Also included are colorful step by step instructions on how to create a mural of the city of London. In addition, students will gain an understanding of basic art concepts.
This lesson is great for ages 5-9.
This 31 page digital pdf includes:
Step by step full-color photo tutorials
Background information about England and London icons
Vocabulary words and learning objectives
Supplies needed for each project
Reproducible bus template
I Can statements
Reproducible coloring sheets for early finishers
How to Make Painted Paper
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