Second graders drew detailed hummingbirds with Sharpies. They added a variety of flowers which they colored with crayons. Borders were added with Sharpies and crayons. Liquid watercolors completed the sky and borders.
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First graders carefully observed the parts of a dragonfly as we drew it together step by step. Large, medium and small flowers were added to create a garden. A thick application of crayon resisted the watercolor sky.
First graders watched Reading Rainbow’s Run Away Duck before drawing these adorable mallards in crayon. Crayons were used to draw cattails, then a wash of blue watercolor was painted over all. When dry, horizontal wavy lines were brushed on to suggest water.
I saw this lesson on numerous blogs and had to try it!
Van Gogh’s Sunflowers inspired this sunny composition. Overlapping sunflowers were drawn in a variety of sizes. A thick layer of blended craypas filled each flower. Complimentary blue-violet watercolor was used in the background.
Grant Wood’s farms inspired this craypas resist landscape. Craypas were used to create patterns suggesting crops. Liquid watercolors were mixed to achieve a variety of greens to paint over the patterns. Farm buildings, ponds, and a vibrant sky complete the composition.