This can easily be tied to science, with the concepts of force and motion, and anatomy. The cultural exemplar is Keith Haring and his book Dance.Students can practice drawing proportion and motion in the basic way that Haring did. First students make a "skeleton" in motion using macaroni and pasta, then render a color figure.
b.Draw the rest of the body as a stick figure
c. Draw a bubble around the stick figure. (They always want to draw it too skinny, so allow them to practice a few times.)
2.Once they have it down, they will draw it on their colored piece of paper and cut it out.
3. They will choose a different color of paper for the floor, cut to 4"X9" They will glue this on the bottom of the other paper.
4. They will glue the figure onto the paper, in the placement they wish. (upside down, in the air, etc.)
5. Outline the figure in black marker and draw a line across the top of the floor. Add large polka dots to the floor. Draw some motion lines around the figure.