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I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. House and tree.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. House and tree.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Cardinal football.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Cardinal football.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Sunset beach.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Sunset beach.

2nd Grade - Vegetables-watercolor and crayon

Make a Vegetable Painting, Roots and All

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Rainbow.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Rainbow.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Winter scene.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Winter scene.

There's a Dragon in my Art Room: An oldie but goodie - 'Words that Describe Themselves'

There's a Dragon in my Art Room: An oldie but goodie - 'Words that Describe Themselves'

For the Love of Art: 3rd Grade-oil pastels with watercolor wash and salt

For the Love of Art: 3rd Grade-oil pastels with watercolor wash and salt

"As a kinder and 1st project we read the book The Dot. A cute story about a little girl who discovers art through a simple series of dot paintings. The students were able to paint their own dot, or not-a-dot, with watercolors. This was a nice simple opportunity for students to use paints and learn the expectations for using watercolors. Ask them why brushes don't like bad hair days!"

"As a kinder and 1st project we read the book The Dot. A cute story about a little girl who discovers art through a simple series of dot paintings. The students were able to paint their own dot, or not-a-dot, with watercolors. This was a nice simple opportunity for students to use paints and learn the expectations for using watercolors. Ask them why brushes don't like bad hair days!"

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