Observational Drawing with Transitional K and Kindergarteners

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WalkerHeaderLaurel Dell Elementary School is the 2015-2016 recipient of the Walker Rezaian Creative Hearts Fund grant. This is providing the youngest members of the Laurel Dell Community with visual arts instruction for most of the school year.
With observational drawing we learn to look closely and notice details. When we observe our own creations or things we love, we see more, and look even more closely. Laurel Dell’s youngest students often practice Observational Drawing: either their own artwork, or toy animals and dinosaurs that inspire more stories and more engaging play. Students also practice making many different kinds of lines, and adding lots of details.
Drawing our PLAYGROUNDS:
And then we PAINTED our drawings:
After playgrounds, we practiced observational drawing (and painting) with ANIMALS and DINOSAURS:

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