zaterdag 2 oktober 2010

Word art

You need:

  1. drawing sheet A6 size
  2. colour pencils or markers
  3. black fine marker

Each student selects a words to illustrate. The design for the word must reflect what the word represents. Someone who doesn't know the meaning of the word, has to understand what it means by looking at the design of it.

Use colour pencils or markers to colour the letters of the word. Use a fine black marker to outline the letters.

Well: although you don't know the meaning of the Dutch words in the examples my students made, you'll know what they mean thanks to the design! If not, they did a bad job?

Made by students of 11-12 years old

2 opmerkingen:

  1. Yes I could tell right away what the words meant! Bravo!

  2. I've done this before (in English though, of course) and it's always really fun to see what the kids come up with. And yes, I can understand your words, so it would be fun to show them to my students if we were doing this project, to make them really understand how they can make it successful.