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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Bunnies in the Grass Drawings

I've been getting ready this week to attend the 2018 NAEA National Convention for the first time in my career! I'll be flying in from Canada, so pretty excited, plus I love Seattle. If any Art teachers out there have any advice/tips for a first time attendee, please leave them in the comments below :)
It's exhausting making sub plans for three days!!

So this is a cute Spring project my Grade 2's made last year. 
I found the lesson on HERE on the blog "The Art Teacher's Closest". 

I demonstrated the drawing steps on the whiteboard, then passed out construction paper.

Students drew their design first in pencil.

Then they outlined everything using a black wax crayon.

I gave them the option of either colouring their bunny with construction paper crayons, 
or using white tempera. 

I think they turned out pretty cute: )


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