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DINO-Mite Dinosaur Drawing: Brontosaurus
A directed drawing class on how to draw a DINO-Mite Brontosaurus! Learners will follow step by step instructions to complete and individualize their own dinosaur while learning fun facts about the dinosaur!
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In this one-time class, students will follow step by step instructions to draw their very own Brontosaurus! Students will be provided with print-out sheet to draw on. While giving step by step instructions, the teacher will model completion of the steps and discuss fun facts about the dinosaur. When finished, students will write a sentence (on the lines found at the bottom of the paper) about the dinosaur including one of the fun facts discussed. Following completion, students will have time...
1 file available upon enrollmentProvided print out, pencil (with eraser), and crayons.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hi! My name is Courtney Johnson, I'm a Special Education teacher born and raised in small town Georgia! I have taught all kinds of subjects - from academic content areas to social skills and functional skills. I love to see my students succeed and...