Perspective for Kids
Learning linear perspective is an endeavor for ages 12 and up, but you can get younger students thinking about some of the elements of 3-D drawing with this creative and fun street scene. By introducing the concept of "overlapping", you can get younger students to think three dimensionally.
Ages 6 and up.
One-Point Perspective Project
Linear perspective can be baffling to younger students, but it doesn't hurt to introduce it in a way that's easy and fun.
This graphite pencil project teaches "one-point perspective" and also allows some creative freedom. Students can put whatever they like in the armchair - a monster, a toy, or anything that suits them.
Ages 8 and up.