Art Sub Lessons: Sea Monsters
Who wouldn't love learning about sea monsters! If your students are learning about the "age of exploration" or "European explorers," they will enjoy this art lesson plan. Students will learn about maps created by ancient navigators and the sea monsters that often appear on those maps. Then they will create a drawing of their own imaginary sea monsters.
It was written with substitute teachers in mind, so it is written with a full script and tons of visuals. It can be taught successfully by anyone. It is no prep and uses the most simple materials. Paper and pencil. Crayons, pens, and markers could be added. It is presented as a PowerPoint but can be converted to Google slides if you want to use it in that manner. Make your life a little bit easier with this already prepared activity.
Here’s Where You Can Find This Lesson
This is where you can find the middle school lesson: Sea Monsters.
If you are interested in an elementary lesson about early explorers, click here: Art Sub Lesson - There Be Monsters! It is another fully ready; easy to teach; no prep art lesson that will be fun for your kids.