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Friday, November 6, 2015

Owls & Cats in the Moonlight

This is a fun October/November project that my Grade 4 and 5 students quite enjoyed. It's an oil pastel resist project that I found HERE on the blog "Kids Artists". You can find all the instructions there. We substituted black tempera pucks for the blue ink. The biggest challenge was getting the kids to draw their animal nice and big, so it wouldn't get 'lost' amongst the tree and branches.

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