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  • Gina Herbert

    Parabolic Line drawings 6th Grade

  • Lena Mendes

    Splish Splash Splatter: 6th Grade Op Art Lesson. Also good for "Line" lesson

  • Leah Koch-Davis

    Splish Splash Splatter: 5th Grade - good examples of finding parabolic line patterns in architecture, and directions. This was my favorite thing I did in 6th grade

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Look at work of John Utzon, Architect and create with curves and parabolic lines.

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Splish Splash Splatter: 6th Grade parbolic line drawing. Common Core connection to Math. Also, could look for parabolas in nature for a link to Science.

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Splish Splash Splatter: 4th Grade ONE continuous line until paper is full. Then trace shape and color in monochromatic.

Cityscapes version. Good lesson in line, shape, color, and contrast, repetition, pattern...

winter portraits - I like this alternative to drawing the face as the only way to make a portrait or self-portrait.... I don't really like that it seems to be directional drawing as they all look the same.

Simple Toon Worksheet by Tigrikorn, via Flickr for cartooning

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4-panel Comic worksheet* by Tigrikorn, via Flickr -- one of many free downloadables for drawing comics and strips