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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Daffodil Paintings

Even though Spring is nowhere to be found where I live, I figured I'd post these charming daffodil paintings my Grade 3's made last Spring to get me in the mood.

I demonstrated how to draw one daffodil and then how to multiply them to create a bouquet in a vase. I gave my students the choice of drawing simply one (easier) and challenging my stronger students to draw a bouquet. They drew these in pencil on large heavy white paper.

Then they outlined them in Sharpie.

Finally, they painted these using watercolours. A simple two day project :)

Some of the Grade 3 finished paintings:


Unknown said...

I just wanted to leave a comment and say that I follow your blog regularly, and that I LOVE your lessons. Thank-you!

Miss said...

Thanks so much Marla!

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