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Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art

Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
Drawing: What is in my Imagination? -Primary and Intermediate Art
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Have students explore their imagination through this fun lesson! Let them draw however their like, and whatever they like attached to the strings that have flown and become loose in this imagination. We want our ideas to run wild but we do not want to loose them! This is great for primary and intermediate art.

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