WET CHALK DRAWING.
I put the chalks into a container of water then the girls drew onto dry paper – it really brings the colours out.
Wet the paper (but be careful, the paper tears).
This time I put some Mozart on and they drew to the music.
GEOMETRIC SHAPE DRAWING.
I gave her a set of rules – you can only use one shape and 3 colours. Looking good!
This time I folded the paper into 6 equal sections and the only rule was it had to be shapes – any colours.
We looked at a book about perspective with drawing, then we looked outside at the size of the trees measuring how high they were by looking between our fingers close to our eyes. Braylee then drew a horse and rider that was close (being larger), a tree that was far away (small) and an middle-sized tree to show the perspective. She was very happy with the result.