I recently taught my students, ages 3 through 6, their first lesson on perspective. We definitely didn't get into point perspective just yet as there are some basics we needed to cover first. I started off the lesson by sharing a number of perspective paintings and drawings by various artists. I pointed out similarities between each artwork to teach the kids learn new vocabulary such as foreground, background, and horizon line. Once my students began to understand and recognize these terms,they were able to explore this idea on paper with crayons and watercolor paints.
The kids each spent two sessions on this project and really seemed to have a lot of fun with it. They also came up with some pretty clever titles that will be posted soon with their artwork on the website. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask away!