The blizzard of the century inspired these snowy scenes. Third graders spent time drawing local wildlife which were then incorporated into a landscape. Students included textured pine trees and a foreground, middle ground and background. The drawings were taped to styrofoam printing plates. Lines were traced with a blunt pencil. Printing with brayers and printing ink was a new experience for the students.
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Fourth graders painted these amazing landscapes with a limited palette of magenta, turquoise, white, and yellow acrylics. A touch of phthalo green was allowed. The tiny canvases, easels, and brushes inspired their best effort!