TESTING SEASON. One of the most dreaded words in a teacher’s vocabulary. Testing completely throws off any routine or schedule we’ve worked hard all year to maintain! For my school, we completely flip-flop schedules and have SILENT transitions and SILENT lunches. Silent is not in a 10-12 year old’s vocabulary. During test seasons, I try to teach a lesson that is so interesting and engaging …
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One of the hardest things about creating art is knowing when to stop. This watercolor doodle was an attempt at keeping a tulip as simple as possible! Only a few washes of color with a slight range of value and highlights to make it pop and I called it finished! I let my colors swirl into each other without trying to overwork how they layers. … Continue reading Daily Doodle | Easiest Tulip Painting Ever
Painting a shrimp is crazy easy! A couple colors and a few well placed highlights make a painted shrimp pop right off your paper. Continue reading Daily Doodle: Shrimp Watercolor Painting
Spring is the perfect time to practice florals and greenery. Watercolor is the perfect medium to achieve loose but interesting wreaths of plants! Continue reading Daily Doodle | Simple Watercolor Greenery