Drawing A Star

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Do you wish there was an easier way to draw a large symmetrical star?  Your wish is granted!

Give your students 3 shiny new strategies for drawing a large star that will take the fear out of drawing. 

This is a lesson on how to draw a star that gives some unique strategies for spacing the star tips.  This will help those students (and adults) that are intimidated by trying to draw a large symmetrical star.  Using circles and a ruler and the sheets I’ve included will make drawing a star a breeze!

Not only that, students can also practice time-telling skills and /or geometry skills with the use of a circle protractor.  I’ve made 3 different strategies for spacing the tips of the star.  Choose the one that is best for you, or show students all 3 and let them choose.

Star Strategies 

  • Draw a star using 2 circles visualizing the head, hands, and feet of the star.
  • Draw a star using the minutes of a clock to evenly space the points on 2 circles.
  • Draw a star using a circle protractor to evenly space the points on 2 circles.

INTEGRATE

  • Art
  • Telling Time
  • Geometry

What you get:

  • Table of Contents (great as a reference)- 1 page
  • Instruction Sheets for Teachers - 3 pages
  • Handouts for Students - 6 pages
  • PNG files of circle template and a clock face - 2 files

A total of 12 pages

DO NOT BUY THIS LESSON if you are going to purchase OP ART STARS & STRIPES

DRAWING A STAR is already included in OP ART STARS & STRIPES :-)

 Here are some more Drawing lessons.

Here are some more lessons that teach about Op Art including OP ART STARS & STRIPES.

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Easily download this zip file with a link that is automatically emailed to you immediately after your purchase and you can begin coloring right away!

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