Unlock the power of one and two point perspective and elevate your students’ drawing skills with this comprehensive perspective drawing project! Perfect for middle school art or high school art, this unit includes detailed lesson plans, engaging activities, an art project and helpful resources to teach the essential technique of one point and two point perspective in a fun and interactive way.
Throughout this perspective drawing unit, your students will learn about one point perspective and complete a quick activity to show their understanding. They then build on that technique by learning about two point perspective and completing an art project where they design their own city block. You can use this art project in middle school art classes or high school art classes.
Included with these two point and one point perspective art lessons:
- One lesson plan (covers both lessons and includes standards, vocabulary, timeline, and step by step instructions)
- City Block Rubric
- Name perspective checklist
- One point perspective worksheet
- Two-point perspective worksheet
Perspective is a difficult technical skill to grasp, but it can mean the differences between a flat and realistic-looking drawing. Luckily, these two point and one point perspective art lessons include visual, verbal, and hands-on instructions that are a great way to walk them through the process.
❤️You will LOVE using these two point and one point perspective drawing projects because they are so easy to follow! Simply follow the lesson plan as a guide to teaching the project and show students the PowerPoint to walk through the technique.
❤️Your students will LOVE the one-point and two-point perspective handouts that can be used as a reference tool! Plus, there is a checklist included to help them stay on task at their own pace and complete the assignment.
✅Take a look at the preview to get a closer look at using this perspective drawing project in your middle school art class or high school art class.
What teachers are saying…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Love this resource! As someone for whom art is not a natural gift, this resource has saved me! It’s also given me confidence to teach perspective drawing and now my students can get proper lessons on how to draw! “ – James S.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I have absolutely loved using this resource. As a classroom teacher, without an art background, this has been a lifesaver. My class have enjoyed their sessions, and are developing a love of perspective. Thank you!” – Justine F.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Perfect handout for getting my students introduced to perspective. The addition of a Power Point really helped my students.” – Casey R.
Save time and money by purchasing my Introduction to Art yearlong bundle. In addition to the perspective unit, it also includes projects and resources to fill every single day of the school year. Check it out here.
Check out my drawing curriculum here, which builds on this concept as well as other basic art techniques taught in my Introduction to Art bundle.