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Draw and Paint: Three Snowy Winter Animals
Just for the winter season, this three session class taught over three weeks shows students how to draw and paint fun winter animals including a snow bunny, a cheerful penguin, and a calm winter fox..
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Completed by 4 learners
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learners per class
$14 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 3 weeks
50 minutes per class
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** Note: This a multi day class that meets at the same day/time over three weeks. If you would prefer to take this class as an Art Camp that meets at the same time over three consecutive days please see my Winter Art Camp: Draw and Paint Snowy Animals (3 Days Back to Back) class. In this multi day class, students will make 3 different snowy winter animal pictures, one per week. Each week students will draw and paint a different animal. I will lead students through a step by step...
-Students will be able to use basic shapes to draw a picture. This is a skill they can apply to other drawings as well. -Students will be able to use introductory watercolor techniques to add color and personality to their artwork.
I have taught elementary art for over 16 years and each of my lessons is developed thoughtfully and practiced ahead of time, keeping in mind student skill level and interests. I am passionate about helping young artists find their unique artistic voices and therefore balance guided drawing with creative expression in this lesson. I provide positive encouragement to students throughout our class time and hope they enjoy this project as much as I do.
Students may wish to continue adding finishing touches after class time had ended.
- 9x12 Thicker white paper or watercolor paper (80lb weight or higher; I like Canson (100510941) XL Series Watercolor Pad, 9" x 12", Fold-Over Cover, 30 Sheets. A thick construction paper or card stock should be ok as well.) - Pencil with eraser - Black permanent Sharpie marker (must be a permanent marker) or black crayon - Crayons - Watercolor set (Prang or Crayola recommended) - Watercolor brush - Container with water (a container with a wider base or a bowl is less likely to spill) - Paper towels **You may also want a piece of poster board or large paper to cover the work area.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Certified K-12 Teacher Specializing in the Visual Arts
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
643 total reviews
433 completed classes
Hello! My name is LeeAnn (or Ms. Z as my students know me), and I am so happy to meet all the creative learners here on Outschool. I am a state certified elementary school art teacher living just outside of Fort Worth, Texas and have over 17...