What child doesn’t want to have super powers? Our second graders just completed a two-part super hero self portrait project. First, they drew themselves as a superhero. 다음, they created a super hero mask and photographed each other in super poses.
Draw yourself as a superhero
- 크레욜라 컬러 스틱 or colored pencils
- extra fine Sharpie
- 연필 / 지우개
- 복사 용지 (for initial sketches)
- 12″x18″ drawing paper
- reference photos of superheroes
I used a paper folding technique to encourage students to fill the entire page. We first folded the papers the long way ('핫도그') 대칭의 라인을 만들 수 있습니다. Then we folded them the short way ('햄버거') to create a waist line. 우리는 논문을 열어, the made another fold from the short edge to the waist line. We used copy paper for initial sketches and drawing paper for the final.
Students drew themselves in a strong stance. They added boots, gloves, 마스크, capes, and belts. Each student added a special logo on the chest. Some added special tools. They colored with color sticks and colored pencils, 다음 빈틈에 설명.
우리는 이용 free downloadable mask templates from partysimplicity.com. Students colored them with marker. We cut them out and backed them with black construction paper so they would be strong enough to wear. Kids had the option of punching the masks and attaching yarn ties, or just taping on a bamboo skewer as a holder.
Students worked collaboratively to create photo booths. Each had a sign-up list and a waiting area. One student was the photographer, another dressed kids in the cape, others made sure everything ran smoothly. We used an iPod and an iPhone, but you could use any digital camera.
2 학년 결과 (by student photographers)
We did this project in conjunction with the second grade classroom teachers as part of a unit on being courageous and taking risks.
What’s your favorite self-portrait project?