I wanted to design a page that was easy enough for a beginning drawer to be successful. Yet fun enough for all ages to enjoy using. I wanted to show my students that there was not just one way to complete a drawing and that giving a drawing a personal touch was more important than accurately copying an example. Here are the page designs I’ve come up with. On this page I’ve broken them down into the different parts so you can get a quick picture of how they work.
I developed these pages while teaching and seeing what students responded best to. By giving students multiple choices, I noticed that they wanted to try out different ways of completing the same subject. They also got a kick out of comparing and contrasting their drawings with the drawings of classmates.
Many students wanted to take the drawing sheets with them to use a recess!
With this level of engagement I knew that this style of teaching drawing was something I wanted to explore more and share with others.
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