Saber Toothed Tiger art lesson plan for 3rd grade with standards

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Saber Toothed Tiger Lesson Plan

The three-dimensional elements of this saber toothed tiger really make it come alive, which will amaze and delight your students! This lesson was inspired by the striking three-dimensional illustrations in Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Mega Beasts.

 

The scientific name Smilodon means “saber toothed,” which is where the common term saber toothed tiger comes from. But did you know that they are actually more closely related to modern-day lions and cheetahs than tigers? Saber toothed tigers are best known for their large canine teeth, which were almost a foot long! Though smaller than present-day lions, they were still an impressive five feet long and weighed approximately 440 pounds!

$5.99

Saber Toothed Tiger Lesson Plan

The three-dimensional elements of this saber toothed tiger really make it come alive, which will amaze and delight your students! This lesson was inspired by the striking three-dimensional illustrations in Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Mega Beasts.

 

The scientific name Smilodon means “saber toothed,” which is where the common term saber toothed tiger comes from. But did you know that they are actually more closely related to modern-day lions and cheetahs than tigers? Saber toothed tigers are best known for their large canine teeth, which were almost a foot long! Though smaller than present-day lions, they were still an impressive five feet long and weighed approximately 440 pounds!

saber tooth tiger art lesson plan with standards for 3rd grade

 

This 3rd grade lesson focuses on FORM, TEXTURE & SYMMETRY and requires three @ 45 minute sessions.

 

This 11 page art lesson plan includes:

Step-by-step drawing, painting & assembling instructions

Prehistoric fossils template

Saber Toothed Tiger template

National Core Art Standards for 3rd grade

I Can Statements

Common Core Standards for 3rd grade

Individual lesson 3 step assessment checklist

 

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