Create Isometric Subterranean Worlds with your Middle or High School Art students! Students will use printable isometric paper, practice, and thumbnail sheets to make this project easier to learn and complete. Students will learn about shading, and how isometric drawing is used in real life and will use their imagination to share one of their interests/hobbies via their hidden worlds houses!
Teachers will love it because the printable isometric grid paper is included in the resource, no need to purchase it separately. Everything else in the lesson is easily accessible materials such as rulers, pencils, erasers, and colored pencils. (Markers or crayons can be used instead of colored pencils as well.)
5 Page Lesson Plan with National Standards, Big ideas, Goals, and Objectives, Final Outcomes, Instructional Materials, Student supplies, Detailed process, and Vocabulary as an editable word document.
46-page editable PowerPoint presentation, Slides & PDF version included
Printable Isometric Paper
Isometric Practice Worksheet
Isometric Letter Thumbnails Worksheet
2 Sheets of Example Isometric Houses
Student Project Checklist
Written Critique Sheet
WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT OTHER ART LESSONS OF MINE:
“This was an outstanding lesson. This is my first year teaching art with no background in art, lol. This has not only been a lifesaver, but really pulled artistic thought and ability out of my students. The slides were easy to follow and incredibly helpful. The finished projects are truly amazing.” - Chelsea S.
“This is a great resource and a really fun project. The slides are very well done and my students benefitted from the step-by-step instructions, loads of examples, and the practice/planning exercises. I will use this again for sure!”- Caribou Corner of Junction North
“This is a fave drawing piece of both my students and I. I've used it a couple of times now and have had great success! Thank you!” - Julia O.
Use geometric shapes, their measures, and their properties to describe objects (e.g., modeling a tree trunk or a human torso as a cylinder).*
Identify the shapes of two-dimensional cross-sections of three-dimensional objects, and identify three-dimensional objects generated by rotations of two-dimensional objects.