This form encourages students to get outside and observe nature. Use this page to draw a single specific scene focusing on one area of interest. There is space to log the time, date and location. The bottom half is used to write a description of the scene.
To use: print several copies then fold the pages in half and create a simple journal booklet for beginning writers. Each page will have a picture with a caption/journal entry below.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” – Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh was born on March 30, 1853 and died on July 29, 1890. This quote, aside from being an inspiration to persist at the day-to-day details, seems to be reflected in the painting itself. The painting is heavily influence by Pointillism, which is a technique that combines hundreds of small dots of paint to produce masterpieces.
This blank hand could be used for art projects, sequencing five events, the 5 W’s and How, and more.
Not just for math. Students can draw a positive/negative chart, rate their experiences and feelings toward topics, or create Cubism drawings or patterns.