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Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Winter Cardinal Painting

A simple but beautiful winter landscape painting.

Grade 5 students cut out a heart from pale blue cardstock. 
(fold it in half and draw half a heart to make it symmetrical). 

Using a wide flat bristle brush, paint vertical white stripes of various widths.
Then use a light grey paint and paint the birch tree markings across each tree trunk.

On a separate sheet of paper, students drew a cardinal and coloured it with markers. 
Cut it out and glue onto the heart background. Pretty!


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