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"..one skill needed for realistic drawing is the ability to look at shapes and draw them for what they are.." {drawing worksheets}

Owl Mirror Image - early elementary practice. (I want to go back and check out this whole board that I pinned this from..good resources)

Drawing Inspiration - great exercise for improving drawing skills for anyone regardless of skill.

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10 Free Coloring Pages - Bug Symmetry - Art For Kids Hub -

Drawing: Mirror Images (W2)

LOVE LOVE LOVE! Would look so great as an installation! Maybe when kids finish early they can do more?

I remember doing this in middle school. Would be a good end-of-year project, beginning of year project or early finisher work --- Art Projects for Kids: Finish the Wolf Face

The Longest Line....Make one continuous line and then add shapes and color only the shapes. I believe there is a book by Davis with this assignment (the Line workbook?)

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Pattern Handout for Art Education

A hand-drawn handout filled with many interesting patterns to inspire art students of all ages!

Children get three pieces of grey drawing paper. They have to draw the same snowmen face or part of the face from different points of view: frontal, of the side, from above, from the bottom, upside down etc. The snowmen must be coloured with oil pastels. Of course the colours of all drawings have to be the same. Outline everything with black oil pastel. Glue the three snowmen close ups on a matching coloured cardboard.