These worksheets will bring a students drawing skills along in a fun and age appropriate way. Bonus: No Prep!
Students begin by practicing drawing basic shapes, then they practice using those shapes to make fun drawings such as a cat or ice cream. When they are ready, there is a worksheet for drawing more complex shapes. Drawings get increasingly more difficult and build on new skills. This lesson addresses Common Core Geometry standards for elementary learners!
This project is easy to differentiate for every student from special needs to gifted and talented artists. Differentiation ideas are included in the packet.
What is included:
-Teacher scripting for how to introduce the activities.
-Ideas for when to use the worksheets
-2 shape practice pages
-13 drawings for students to try
This is great for quiet independent work. It integrates shape identification and multi-step directions. Students will become more confident about their drawing skills and will be better able to draw pictures for projects in your classroom. Plus, they are fun!
This is a great activity to do at the beginning of the year or to do before illustrating a piece of writing or a science or social studies project!
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