Ch 9: Collage & Mosaic Lesson Plans

About This Chapter

In this self-paced chapter are lesson plans you can use to enhance your collage and mosaic curriculum. Benefit from access to activity ideas, discussion suggestions and other tools that are designed to help you develop lessons that bring your classroom to life.

Collage & Mosaic Lesson Plans - Chapter Summary

Ensure your students gain full comprehension of collages and mosaic art by using this chapter to create entertaining lessons. Utilize teacher resources like our informative lesson plans, which include instructional guidance, learning objectives, homework suggestions and more. Let these lesson plans aid in curriculum and lesson planning for topics that include the following:

  • Collage
  • Fractal art
  • Mosaics
  • Paper mosaic

This chapter is available to view 24/7 via any computer or mobile device, enabling you to plan lessons before, during or after school. Take advantage of companion lessons and short quizzes accompanying the lesson plans that you can share with students to deepen their collage and mosaic knowledge.

How It Helps

  • Vocabulary words: Pinpoints important collage and mosaic terminology to incorporate into your lessons.
  • Student engagement: Shares discussion and activity ideas that can keep your students engaged through increased participation.
  • Individual or group projects: Offers ideas for individual or group projects that can help your students showcase their collage and mosaic knowledge.

How It Works

This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan resources with relevant tools to make planning collage and mosaic lessons easy.

  • Find lesson plans for specific collage and mosaic topics you want to cover in class.
  • Formulate your art class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
  • Share the related collage and mosaic lessons for each lesson plan with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
  • Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important collage and mosaic concepts from the lessons.
  • Engage your students with relevant collage and mosaic-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.

11 Lessons in Chapter 9: Collage & Mosaic Lesson Plans
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Collage Lesson Plan

1. Collage Lesson Plan

Introduce collage in its many forms to your students and spark their creativity with a hands-on project. Suggestions for supplementary activities and related lessons help direct future instruction.

What Is Collage? - Definition, Famous Artists & Examples

2. What Is Collage? - Definition, Famous Artists & Examples

What is a collage? This lesson takes you through the definition, provides some examples, discusses famous artists who made collages, and offers a quiz to see what you learned.

Mosaics Lesson Plan

3. Mosaics Lesson Plan

Do you need an engaging method for teaching your students about the history of mosaic art? This lesson plan uses a text lesson to explain critical facts about this art form while summarizing the history of its use. An activity challenges students to reinterpret a classic mosaic.

What is Mosaic Art? - History & Design

4. What is Mosaic Art? - History & Design

There are many ways to decorate a surface. In this lesson, we'll check out mosaic art, see what exactly it is, and explore the various ways it's been used throughout history.

Mosaics Lesson Plan for Elementary School

5. Mosaics Lesson Plan for Elementary School

Do you need a fun (and sweet) way to teach your students about the art of mosaic? This lesson plan builds upon a simple text lesson about mosaic art and culminates in a giant candy mosaic! Each student leaves with a memorable takeaway.

What is Mosaic Art? - Lesson for Kids

6. What is Mosaic Art? - Lesson for Kids

A mosaic is a special form of art that uses small objects to create larger pictures. In this lesson, learn about the history of mosaics, how they are created, and where you might find mosaics in everyday life.

Paper Mosaic Lesson Plan for Elementary School

7. Paper Mosaic Lesson Plan for Elementary School

This lesson plan gives you several ideas on how to use paper mosaics as a teaching tool in your classroom. Students learn the art form in context as well as application and connection to core-course material using supplies you have on hand.

Tessellations Games & Activities for High School

8. Tessellations Games & Activities for High School

Tessellations are a common feature of mosaics and collages from a large variety of different cultures. In this lesson, your students will explore tessellations through engaging games and activities.

Fractal Art Lesson Plan

9. Fractal Art Lesson Plan

Would you be surprised to hear that you likely encounter fractal art each and every day? This lesson plan uses a text lesson to explain the genre of fractal art. A hands-on activity gives students a chance to emulate fractal art.

What is Fractal Art?

10. What is Fractal Art?

Fractals are unique and complicated mathematical forms of art. In this lesson, explore how fractals occur in nature, and how mathematical fractals were discovered with computers.

Fractal Art Activities & Games

11. Fractal Art Activities & Games

Fractals are a fantastic subject to use in art and games! After all, the whole point of fractals is that they are patterns, and patterns are most easily understood through art!

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