The art of drawing

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So, what will three year olds create when offered block crayons, colored pencils and paper?  These are always available in our classroom but some days they are of no interest to my students.  Other days the students will  be engrossed in drawing picture, creating story books and writing letters to post in student mailboxes.

Yesterday was one of those days.

Using yellow to make sunlight.

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Adding some red.

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Deciding to trace around feet.

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And hands!

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The tracings.

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Coloring in the hand tracings.

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“The line was bouncing on it’s head when it was all alone”

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“A girl went by on her horse.  The moon was there with lots of stars”

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“A girl came past and she wrote a letter to her grandma and grandpa.  It had spots on and then writing on top.  It says hello

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