When choosing subject matter for your kid’s art lessons, it’s a good idea to often add things from world of Buildings too. Not only do they offer lots of room for growth, with perspective and so on, they appeal to a different side of the brain. The left side, which wants to organize and make sense of things, is different than the right. The right side of the brain is more about intuition and creativity, and gets a lot of practice with most art projects. The left side, though, makes things logical and balanced and orderly is a perfect match for drawing buildings. They might even spark some interest for future architects! Below are a few of the popular building projects in this collection.
Top 6 Building Drawing Projects for Kids
One goal to keep in mind when drawing buildings is to match the level of complexity of where your students are at. Here’s a quick summary. Kinders are mostly learning about shapes, and how to put them together to make a building. That’s why a Snowy City is great for them. First graders are able to add more detail, and can start to layer shapes as with this Castle and House. Second and third graders are usually able to add a bit of perspective and learn how to draw things like 3D Buildings. Fourth and fifth graders then, will be mostly likely good candidates for trying out One Point perspective. (This project comes with a lot of support, and is one of the most popular in the whole group). I hope that helps you find the perfect one for your class today!
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