The only thing more adorable than cute dogs and cats is a dog or cat in a flower crown. Inspired by the projects, Flower Power Pit bulls by photographer Sophie Gamand, early elementary students will create a vibrant drawing of their favorite furry creature adorned in a flower crown. Students will be provided with drawing guides to follow or reference if desired.
This lesson is the early primary version of the lesson Flower Crown Canines + Cats grades 4-6 .
The digital pdf for this lesson includes:
- Lesson Objectives
- Vocabulary List
- National Standards
- Supplies needed for the project
- Artist background info on artists Sophie Gamand, Patrick McConnell, and Dean Russo who use their art to benefit rescue animals
- Step-by-Step Photo of the lesson from beginning to end with detailed explanation for each step.
- Helpful tips & tricks for teacher to share with students
- Drawing Guides for how to draw dogs and cats
- 4 Book recommendations to pair with the lesson
- 9 x 12 or 12 x 18 (90 lb) white drawing paper or watercolor paper
- Permanent black marker
- Oil pastels (regular and neon if possible)
- Watercolor palette
- Paint brushes
- Cup for water
- Paper towel
- Black or colored construction paper for background (same size as drawing paper)
- White tempera paint
- Scissors and glue
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