As part of our Artists Observe unit, we spent a day drawing objects from nature. There were three centers; the deer table, the shell table and the squirrel tail table. Each student had 15 minutes to spend at each table before rotating to the next.
Along with the different nature object, there was also a selection of media including different types of pencils, colored pencils, and charcoal pencils. Here's a look -->
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