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Friday, July 12, 2019

Dragon Eye Drawings & Paintings

I've seen this super cool lesson floating around Pinterest for quite a while. I finally bit the bullet and made my FIRST (yes my first) Teachers Pay Teacher purchase, haha. 
Let me tell you, it was the best $4 I've ever spent! 
I bought the "Eye of the Dragon" lesson from the shop Art with Creations Claudia Loubier 
who is from Quebec.
The digital download comes with the lesson plan and lots of handouts with 
visual reference images and practice sheets. 

My Grade 5 students drew their good copies on 9 x 12" heavy white paper.

They used the coloured pencil worksheet to practice blending colours on first 
before starting colouring on their actual eye. 

Some students preferred to use watercolour or charcoal. 

The kids really enjoyed this project and they all turned out very cool and colourful!

charcoal pencil

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