Inspired by Turtle Alley

Teacher Notes


Project Description:

Turtle Alley is an art-filled alley in Malaysia that raises awareness of their local endangered turtles and other turtles.  Student artwork line the walls and sidewalk and entrance.   Students will learn more about Turtle Alley and turtles.  Then they will draw and decorate their own turtle. 

Key Words: Community Beautification, Mosaic

Links to the Lesson for Students:




https://youtu.be/y6niM2Edvtk   (bypass web page and go straight to video)

Suggested Supplies:

Paper, pencil, eraser, something to color with (markers, colored pencils, or crayons), black marker (optional)

Tip: If possible, let them know what supplies they will need before they start the lesson so they can have them ready.   

Additional Teacher Resources  - Optional Variations

Google Slides Lesson  (similar to the main project videos but in slide form)

Printable Lesson K-1 (a few pages you may adapt & use if you don't want a video lesson.  Just How to Draw and ideas to color a turtle) 

Printable Lesson 2  (if you don't want to give a video.  slightly modified, and less pictures)  

Printable Lesson 3-5  (if you don't want to give a video.  slightly modified, and less pictures)

Video Lesson K-2 on Google Drive (if you want to download a version and use it outside of YouTube)

Questions or Comments?

Please contact your school HOA chair or southbayhandsonart@gmail.com