I have plenty of templates. Sure I could have picked one without circles but where is the challenge in that. This being the first Saturday of the month, a little extra challenge is in order. First lets take a look at the template:
this would be another good idea for a lesson plan because its giving the students something real in life and allowing them to create some kind of background for it or something that represents it. Giving them expressional freedom
The Incredible Art Department is for art teachers, art students, parents, homeschoolers and artists. Math and Art lesson, Grade 2. Easily adaptable to stencils and pastels. Story problems for older grades.
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