Fourth grade began working on the learning objective: I can show contrast between visual and tactile texture, last week. One of my fellow building Art Teachers, Liz Friedrich shared this lesson with me last year and I finally got to try it out. We first reviewed the two types of texture, visual and tactile and how they are different. Then we used torn and crinkled paper to create our tactile texture owl. Then we used black ink pens and black colored pencils to draw a variety of feathers over the collage to create our visual texture. I really love how they turned out. Thank you Liz for sharing this lesson with me.
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