Mary Blair Castle BUNDLE

Mary Blair Castle BUNDLE

Can be used for 3rd – 6th, Homeschool students.

Includes: PDF,

Create a fantasy castle drawing in the style of Mary Blair. Mary Blair is well-known for her design of the castle in Disney’s It’s a Small World. Students will be able to get many design ideas, including castle patterns, doors and windows, domes, clock faces, clock faces, and the sun. You can use this lesson for any level of skill. There are many options for starting, including the grid pager, a blank page or a grid pager. There are even pages that kids (and adults) can color for fun. After reading the book “Pocket Full of Colors”, you will find the perfect lesson: “Pocket Full of Colors, The Magical Land of Mary Blair, Disney Artist Extraordinaire.”

What You Get in the Collaborative Lesson:

  • Teacher Instructions (4 pages)
  • Castle Design Ideas (2 pages)
  • Dome Drawing Pages (6 pages)
  • Clock Face Drawing Pages (6 pages)
  • Blank Design Page (1 page)
  • Castle Designs (60 pages)
  • Door (4 pages)
  • Windows (4 pages)
  • Mary Blair Portrait (2 pages)

>>>>> A total of 89 pages

What You Get in the Castle Lesson (individual):

  • Teacher Instructions (8 pages)
  • Student Instructions (1 page)
  • Color Exploration Pages (2 pages)
  • Castle Drawing Ideas (4 pages)
  • Dome Drawing Ideas (3 pages)
  • Sun Drawing Ideas (3 pages)
  • Clock Face Drawing Ideas (3 pages)
  • Blank Castle – Quick Start (3 pages)
  • Grid Paper (1 page)
  • Print & Go (1 page)
  • Coloring Pages (3 pages)
  • Mary Blair Portrait (2 pages)

>>>>> A total of 34 pages in the individual castle lesson

** I recommend buying or borrowing The book, “Pocket Full of Colors: The Magical World of Mary Blair, Disney Artist Extraordinaire” to use as an introduction to this lesson.

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Expressive Monkey

I used this resource as a collective work with my K-1st, 1st-grade class. They had fun building a magnificent castle. It was a great experience getting a picture bigger than they imagined it could be 🙂

This was wonderful as the students were so engaged while playing the game. The large version will be used next year for a school mural. This is a great idea. I enjoyed it too and shared it with my students. Thank you!


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