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Draw a Festive Snowglobe!
In this one-session class, students will draw (trace) a circle, create a scene and base, and add details to make a seasonal favorite snowglobe.
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We will discuss the types of winter scenes/objects often found in real snowglobes, look at actual snowglobes, and practice drawing selected themes. We will draw or trace a large circle on a white piece of paper, and transfer our sketches to the inside of the circle shape. We will then create a base on the same or additional paper, finalize items and color with the media of students' choice, finally cutting out the whole piece (or pieces, if the circle and base were on two pieces of paper; in...
White paper (drawing paper is best, but copy paper works) A large lid or other circle to trace OR a compass if the student already has skill in using one. PLEASE NOTE: I will not have time in this class to TEACH how to use a compass, so if chosen, it is important that the student is already comfortable using one! Pencil, sharpener, eraser Any of the following for adding color: Crayons, markers, gel pens, colored pencils Scissors Glue/gluestick if globe and base were drawn on separate papers **OPTIONAL:** White, iridescent glitter or glitter glue is a really beautiful addition for snow, but is not necessary, and may not be mentioned in class, but can be used by the student if desired.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may need to use scissors to complete the project; parental guidance and observance may be needed for this part of the activity.
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Hello! I am a K-12 licensed art teacher. and professional artist. I teach all kinds of art, including drawing, painting, pottery, fibers, sculpture, art history and culture, and frequently integrate math, literacy and other subjects with my art...