Get this money-saving bundle, and you also get a collection of resources to keep you doodling all year long.
Each season contains over 100 step-by-step doodles!
Make fun, easy doodle drawings with drawing pages filled with choices so that every picture will look different. Each season has different doodle ideas and gap filler ideas.
Your students will love the Roll A Doodle drawing game, which is a clever way to get reluctant drawers started! Each choice on the doodle drawing page has a step-by-step tutorial to help your students get started.
Make doodle drawing with kids something you’ll look forward to when you see how effortless it is to engage your students! I’ve made step-by-step examples of 4 different doodle drawings for each season, which will keep your students on track along with the rubric and checklist. Just print and go!
Each Set Includes:
- Teacher Instructions (3 pages)
- Student Step by Step Instructions (4 pages)
- Roll A Doodle (4 pages)
- Step by Step Drawing (13 pages)
- Edge Ideas (1 page)
- Step by Step Lettering (4-6 pages)
- Drawing Starter Pages (4 pages)
- Rubrics (3 pages which are the same for each set)
- Editable Rubric in Google Slides (1 page – same for each set)
- Coloring Pages (2 pages)
What you Get:
I’ve designed my doodle resources with differentiation in mind!
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
You don’t want to miss reading about how to differentiate this lesson for different student mindsets in this blog post:
Learning to doodle is not as hard as you think! You can read more about the process in this blog post, as well as see me draw a winter doodle in real-time so you can draw along:
Or watch the Youtube video here ➡ Winter Doodle Step by Step.
Doodling provides a surprising number of benefits for your students. You can read more about the benefits of doodling in this blog post:
See a video on my Youtube Chanel where I show how to draw the word “WINTER” using 3-dimensional letters:
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