# Free Lesson Plan About Arts Lesson Plan for 2nd Grade Students

## Topic:The difference between 2d and 3d

### Objectives & Outcomes

• Students will be able to identify and describe the differences between 2d and 3d objects.

### Materials

• Pencils
• Paper
• Drawing paper
• Colored pencils or markers

### Warm-up

• Ask students if they have ever seen or experienced any 2d or 3d objects in their daily life. Ask them to give examples.
• Ask students to raise their hands if they can draw or know how to draw.
• Ask students to show their drawing skills by drawing a simple 2d object, such as a square or a circle, on the board.
• Ask students to raise their hands if they can draw or know how to draw a 3d object.
• Ask students to show their drawing skills by drawing a simple 3d object, such as a cube or a sphere, on the board.

### Direct Instruction

• Explain to students that 2d objects are flat and have only two dimensions, length and width.
• Explain to students that 3d objects are solid and have three dimensions, length, width, and height.
• Show examples of 2d and 3d objects and have students identify which is which.
• Ask students if they can think of any other differences between 2d and 3d objects.

### Guided Practice

• Have students work in pairs to classify different objects as 2d or 3d.
• Have students present their work to the class and discuss any differences or similarities in their answers.

### Independent Practice

• Have students choose one or more objects to draw using 2d or 3d techniques.
• Have students share their drawings with the class and discuss how their choices influenced the look of their artwork.

### Closure

• Review the difference between 2d and 3d art and discuss the benefits of each.
• Ask students to share any new insights they gained about 2d and 3d art during the lesson.

### Assessment

• Observe students during the closure activity to assess their understanding of the difference between 2d and 3d art.
• Evaluate their projects for evidence of understanding the closure principle and applying it in a 3d art project.