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Drawing Practice Sheets, Grades 3-5

By Kathybarbro
Drawing Practice Sheets, Grades 3-5The inspiration for these worksheets came from Mona Brooke’s book “Drawing with Children”. She explained that one skill needed for realistic drawing is the ability to look at shapes and draw them for what they are, not what students think they are.
I created this set of 50 worksheets for warm up exercises. The students copy what they see in the blank boxes below. These exercises serve as a quick and easy way to get the students to focus while helping to sharpen their cognitive and motor skills. This collection of drawings is suitable for grades 3 – 5. All of the worksheet pages are numbered for your convenience. You can purchase and instantly download my pdf file for just $5 by clicking HERE.

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