This weekend I went to lunch with some amazing fellow teacher/bloggers! You can see Rachelle and Natalie's post all about our get together here @ whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com These amazing women have certainly inspired me to keep up with blogging! So here is my first new post in a few months.
This is a fun, quick and easy activity that you can do with your students either in whole group or small group instruction. Here we are practicing vertical, horizontal and oblique lines. I have my students draw a picture of their choice but they can only do horizontal lines in black, vertical lines in red and oblique lines in blue.
I keep a visual reminder on my own white board after I model for them how to draw something using these three colors for their corresponding line.
Here are a couple of my students and their fabulous line drawings. They really enjoyed this activity. I asked them what type of lines they were for a simple assessment. It was a easy way to assess their learning.
I made a freebie for you just in case you want to use this in a center. You can do this with crayons, markers, colored pencils or paint!
Get the freebie here! There are two versions, one is has more scaffolding then the other.
Let me know if you download this and use it! I would love some feed back. Thanks!