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Art is ... If Endangered Animals Could Talk
What would these endangered animals talk about?
1. The Polar Bear
2. The West African Lion
3. The Nail-Tail Wallaby
4. The Giant Panda
5. The Sea Turtle (all the species)
6. The Manatee
You will receive 2 different sets of files of 6 my original drawings.
One file has conversation bubbles, for your students to write creative dialogues. The creative conversation bubbles are created by Educlips, a free file here on TPT. (www.edu-clips.com)
The second file has my same 6 endangered animals drawings but without the conversation bubbles. If you like the drawings but without the dialogue bubbles, you can buy my coloring book, "Endangered Animals Coloring Book - 6 Different Species."
I drew from internet photos of real animals and am citing Fair Use in Education, as my drawings will help your students understand the species that are endangered. This way they can color them and learn the name and a little about their environment.
Note that Henri Rousseau often used images from magazines and went to the zoo to reference animals in his art works. We all aren't lucky enough to travel the globe to make our own photo gallery of the endangered species, so I too, am indebted to internet photos.
I will be happy to provide photo references if you want them.
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