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Under the Sea Weekly Watercolor Drawings

Each week, we'll draw and paint a new sea animal or ocean scene! #creative
Caitlin Sanders
140 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 4 learners
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Class Experience

Students will observe nature elements.
Students will create watercolor works of art to represent their observations.
Students will have the opportunity to write about and share their experiences.
Students will deepen their connection with nature and their inner self-awareness.
I created this as an opportunity to combine some art and creativity with science and observation of the natural world.

I have experience teaching natural science concepts but have also, in recent years, discovered the true value of connecting more deeply with the world around us, and with nature.

So this is a way to both foster deep internal well-being, as well as learning and practicing skills that support science learning, as well as any and all disciplines where inner and outer observation and reflection are required. Which to me, is basically -- everything! :)

I hope you enjoy!
Students are encouraged to play with more watercolor outside of class in whatever way feels good to them. They can take what they've learned and create more masterpieces on their own, or simply switch gears and move onto the sea creature / animal for our next class. The choice is completely up to you! (And them. :))
*A basic watercolor set (I will be using guache/opaque watercolor) -- nothing fancy here, just a set of basic colors will be great! *A basic round brush, and any other brushes you'd like to use, such as filbert or angle shader, etc. (If your watercolor set comes with a brush that works great too!) *Watercolor or mixed media paper -- this can be loose pages, or in the form of a notebook or journal *A pencil -- for drawing and basic outlining *An eraser -- if not already attached to the pencil ;) *A black Sharpie for outlining -- either thick or thin works great! *And of course, water, and a paper towel or rag nearby just in case something spills!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students are assessed based on participation -- giving their best effort, showing up prepared and ready to work / play with their art and observations.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Caitlin Sanders
Lives in the United States
Creating meaningful learning experiences where students feel valued and gain the confidence to share their unique gifts, talents & strengths with the world.
140 total reviews
134 completed classes

About Me

Hi! My name is Caitlin Sanders, and I love teaching. :) Kids are my favorite people and it is a joy to connect with them in teaching & learning each day.

I have a passion for storytelling and love to combine stories, nature, and writing into my... 
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