Need to put a packet together quickly due to a sudden school closure? Many art teachers face difficulty composing art lessons for remote learning environments (also called e-learning). Students sometimes don't have coloring materials on hand making it challenging to assign work.
Here's are some simple, but fun drawing exercises students can do using paper and pencil. If they happen to have markers, crayons, or colored pencils, they can embellish their drawings with those. There's no reason at home learning needs to be boring or cumbersome for kids!
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Each page has 9 boxes with a simple doodle inside each. Students will look at the doodle, decide what it looks like, and use their imagination to complete the drawing. The exciting part is that every students drawings will be unique!
There are 10 pages in total in the packet. Teachers can assign a page or two to each grade level depending on how many grades are taught. Remember: less is more with remote learning. What you would expect a child to do in your art room in one week might take two or three times longer.
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Created by Amie Bentley, © Glitter Meets Glue Designs, LLC