This is a great LOW PREP lesson inspired by Piet Mondrian – use as a Teacher-Directed Lesson, Homeschooling, for Early Finishers or for an Easy Sub Lesson. Or printout for fun at home!
Cats are cute creatures and what better way to study Piet Mondrian!
Great for practicing cutting, coloring and gluing skills!
Total 25 pages – 12 pages of printouts to cut, color and glue and 13 pages of step by step directions.
This lesson is great for all ages – I usually teacher-direct this project with 1st graders and then leave the supplies in a binder for 2nd-6th graders to work on as an Early Finisher project. I’ve also left out for a Sub to use and it worked beautifully!
Teacher-Directed Lesson – print my simple handouts and follow my step by step directions and teach your students to make a cute Mondrian Cat. Low Prep – you only have to prep the printouts, crayons or markers, scissors and glue sticks!
Early Finishers – print my simple handouts and students can follow my step by step directions at their own pace – creating a cute Mondrian Cat. Print my step by step directions and put them in sheet protectors in a binder and students can take turns or work in a small group. Low Mess – you only have to provide them with the printouts, crayons or markers, scissors and glue sticks!
Easy Sub Lesson – print my simple handouts ahead of time and Substitute can follow my step by step direction sheets. The only other materials they will have to have out of the day are crayons or markers, scissors and glue sticks!
– Sheets including large circle, stripes, eyeballs, head, feet and nose – 12 pages
Heads and Feet include black and white and colored versions (red, blue and
– 2 sets of step by step directions with descriptions and pictures of each step – black and white and colored version – 13 pages