How To Draw A Cartoon Cat – Students could use this as an oral language activity with a partner. Give the instructions of how to draw the animal, without identifying it. Can the other student guess the animal from the instructions given.

How To Draw A Cartoon Cat – Students could use this as an oral language activity with a partner. Give the instructions of how to draw the animal, without identifying it. Can the other student guess the animal from the instructions given.

How To Draw A Cartoon Elephant. Students could use this as an oral language activity with a partner. Give the instructions of how to draw the animal, without identifying it. Can the other student guess the animal from the instructions given.

How To Draw A Cartoon Elephant. Students could use this as an oral language activity with a partner. Give the instructions of how to draw the animal, without identifying it. Can the other student guess the animal from the instructions given.

Back-to-Back Drawing Working in pairs, one person must describe a shape without naming it, whilst their partner must try to draw the shape they are describing to try and get as close the original shape as possible. This activity focusses heavily on verbal communication and listening skills. Resources: Various shapes printed, paper and pencils Space Required: Small. Indoors or outdoors. Group Size: 6 to 16 ideally (If you have an ...

Back-to-Back Drawing Working in pairs, one person must describe a shape without naming it, whilst their partner must try to draw the shape they are describing to try and get as close the original shape as possible. This activity focusses heavily on verbal communication and listening skills. Resources: Various shapes printed, paper and pencils Space Required: Small. Indoors or outdoors. Group Size: 6 to 16 ideally (If you have an ...

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