- drawing sheet A4 size
- colour pencils
- black print of a break dancer
- white sewing thread
- scraps of white paper
- cutter and cutting mat
- coloured paper for background
After a dance project, students of our school made these break dancers, listening to their iPods while dancing. Use pencil and ruler to divide the sheet lenghtwise in five compartments. Draw two meandering lines from top to bottom. The sheet is divided in 15 compartments now. Use a compass to draw circles of different sizes at the intersections of the lines. Colour all compartments alternately using two colours. Work top to bottom , to avoid mistakes.
Search the web for a black picture of a breakdancer and print it. Enlarge it on the copymachine until it fits on the drawing sheet. Cut this dancer and paste in on the drawing sheet.
Draw a little rectangle with a circle in it on a scrap of white paper: the iPod. Cut it and paste it in the hand of the dancer. Cut two very tiny circles, the headphones, and paste them on the head.
Cut a piece of sewing thread and make a loop in it. Cut the loop at the top - see picture. Paste the thread around the dancer, leading the two separate pieces to the headphones and the long piece to the iPod. Finally paste the arwork on a coloured background.
Made by students of 11-12 years old
I love this project. My 6th-graders would enjoy doing this one.BeantwoordenVerwijderen