Grades: Kindergarten - Fifth
There can be three insects that look the same in shape and size, but can differentiate with patterns and colors. Exploring shapes and patterns together first. Repetition helps children remember lines and shapes.
Project: Using the repetition of three insect shapes initiated by a direct draw. Each insect must be unique in color and patterns on the body, wings, antennae, etc.
Goal: Fine motor skills, memory
Materials: Card stock, pencil, black marker, colored pencil or crayon.
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