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Monday, July 8, 2024

Cute Llama Art Project


This is a cute quick project we snuck in during June craziness. Alot of my class was away on field trips so I just had a few kids. We drew these cute little llamas.
See my previous post about this project HERE.

So I start off my demonstrating how to draw a cute llama. 


Then students drew theirs on 12 x 18" heavy white paper. 
Then outlined in sharpie.


They created a pattern on the fabric and coloured it using coloured sharpies.



Finally, they could bubble cut them out or add a background and 
then glue on mini pom-poms for a little halter type thingy.

Some Grade 4/5 results:




 

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