August 5

GRADE PREP WEEK 5 TERM 3 REMOTE LEARNING 2020

 

GRADE PREP WEEK 5 TERM 3

REMOTE LEARNING 2020

10th August 2020 – 14th August 2020

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Hello to all my Grade Prep students from Cambridge Primary School and whoever else might be reading this post.

 

This is week 5 of Term 3 2020 and all my Prep students are remote learning at home!

We are going to be doing a bit of Visual Arts learning around the topic of  self portraits!

In week 2 I asked you to draw a self portrait after watching a video.

In week 3 I asked you to draw a monochromatic self portrait after watching another video.

I have made folders on your grade’s Class Dojo  or Seesaw page for you to upload photos of your self portraits for Week 2 and Week 3. These photos are evidence that you have completed this work.

Here are the instructions for the Prep Specialists Rich Task.

If you have already completed your Specialists Rich Task you can skip this bit. On the audio file you can press the fast forward button.

This Rich Task will require some thinking and some organising. You will need time to complete it. So the Grade Prep Rich Task should be uploaded to your grade’s Class Dojo or Seesaw folder or portfolio by the end of WEEK 6!

For this Prep Specialists Rich Task, you will need to create a self portrait using “stuff” from around your house. 

NO DRAWING!

Label your facial features in English and Italian.

You also need to create an animal face.

NO DRAWING!

Label the facial features of the animal in Italian and English.

Photograph your self portrait and your animal face using your device.

How will you complete this self portrait and animal face without drawing?

thinking emoji

 

What will you use to create this rich task?

 

You will be using things that you already have at home.

 You have lots of CHOICE with how you create your self portrait and animal face.

Perhaps you will create your self portrait with counters or blocks

or  with lego

 

or with stuff from the kitchen cupboard

or cut pieces of paper

or paper plates

or wool or string

or fabric scraps

or playdoh and pasta

or stuff out of the laundry basket

 

or you could use some of these things

or all of these things

or something I haven’t even listed!

You could even use yourself as part of a huge self portrait like this person!

I am giving you lots and lots and lots of choice 

in how you create your rich task

I am NOT telling you to go out and buy new art materials or things to use!

NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!

You need to THINK about what you already have at HOME and HOW you can use it.

 

Now STOP!

Before you start running around your house like a crazy person collecting objects let’s think about this.

I do not want you touching any objects that don’t belong to you without permission.

 

I also want you to know and understand that all good artists clean up after themselves.

So, every single thing that you use in your rich task has to be put away properly and correctly after you have finished photographing it.

I cannot wait to see what you create!

Here is a story for you to enjoy. This is ‘The skin you live in’ by Michael Tyler.

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Your VISUAL ARTS TASK FOR WEEK 5 is to write a comment on my blog about the story.

It is easy to write a comment on my blog. Don’t forget to use capital letters and full stops.

At the end of this blog post you will find a section titled,

LEAVE A COMMENT (or add a comment if nobody else has written one yet!)

Under that is a large box in which you type your comment. It looks like this. You can’t write in this one, Silly. You have to use the box at the bottom of this post.

After you have written your comment there is an anti spam box. The anti spam box is there to prove you are a real person not just a computer bot generating random comments. You need to copy the text from the anti spam box into the other box, just like in the photo below.

 

Then you type your name into the name box. Don’t forget to tell me which grade you are in.

In the next box you type your email address. If you don’t have an email address then you can ask someone from your family if you can use their email address.

Click on the little square at the bottom and you will get an email when I write the reply to your comment.

Finally click on the button that says POST COMMENT and you will have successfully written a comment.

Congratulations. You have just written and posted a comment on the Back Art Room Blog!

 

You have until the end of week 6 to upload your rich task,

 

Have fun,

Mrs Menhennet

July 16

GRADE PREP WEEK 2 TERM 3 2020

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GRADE PREP WEEK 2 TERM 3 2020

Hello to all my Grade PREP students from Cambridge Primary School and whoever else might be reading this post.

hello word in block letters with exaggerated 3D shadows

This is week 2 of Term 3 2020 and all my Prep students are at home!

This is not the way I usually work with Prep students to teach them about Visual Arts but we will be doing this for a few weeks until it is safe to attend school again.

Until then, we will be learning like this – online – using my blog!

You have probably seen me at school. You might even have met me when I have been on Yard Duty or I have visited your classroom.

Yes, it’s me – Mrs Menhennet! Most Cambridge Primary School students that know me, recognise me with my multicoloured hair!!!

Cambridge Primary School Prep students always ask me, “Mrs Menhennet, how come you have all those colours in your hair?”

And I always tell them, “I don’t know. It just grew like that!”

 

We are going to be doing a bit of Visual Arts learning around the topic of  self portraits !

What is a self portrait?

A portrait is a picture of a person.

A SELF portrait is a picture of ??????????

Yes, that’s right – a self portrait is a picture of yourself!

Okay, we are going to be drawing a self portrait soon so you will need some paper,

 

some pencils,

or crayons,

or textas.

Some people call textas, markers.

And I would really like it if you had a small mirror so you can look at yourself.

So I am going to give you a little bit of time to organise yourself.

I will just sit here on my blog and wait for you to collect some pencils and textas, some paper and, hopefully, a mirror.

If you don’t have a small mirror you can use to look at yourself perhaps you can move yourself to draw on the floor  somewhere in your house, maybe in the bathroom, where there is a big mirror,

so you can use the big mirror to look at yourself.

So I will just wait until you are ready……..

Oh, you are ready already! That was so fast! Well done!

So while you were getting ready to draw I found a beautiful story to share with you so let’s watch the video.

If you need to stop the video at anytime you can just press the pause button

and then come back to the story.

Oh, okay, okay, you already knew that! I’m sorry I forgot how clever Cambridge Primary School Prep students are!

 

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Oh, that was a fun story about all sorts of faces.

Now I would like you to get your small or big mirror

and have a very good look at your face!

Can you see your beautiful eyes?

What colour are they?

Can you see your eyelashes?

Are they light or dark?

Are they short or long?

Are they curly or straight?

Can you see your eyebrows?

Are your eyebrows neat and tidy or crazy and all over the place?

Eyebrows are great for adding expression to your face.

What do your eyebrows do when you make an angry face?

What happens to your eyebrows when you make a surprised face?

Noses come in all shapes and sizes. It’s amazing how different they can be.

 

Mouths can also be very different.

 

Have you got all of your teeth?

Or are some of your teeth missing?

Now it’s time for you to draw your self portrait. I want you to draw a picture of you!

 

Have fun and have a positive attitude about your drawing. We are just practising!

This video made by the brilliant Mrs Hahn from Mini Matisse.blogspot.com will show you what to do.

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I hope you had fun drawing your self portrait.

You don’t have to submit your drawing from this week.

Bye,

Mrs Menhennet

Here are the Prep 2020 self portraits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 14

GRADE 4 WEEK 6 REMOTE LEARNING 2020

GRADE 4 WEEK 6 REMOTE LEARNING

Your celestial bodies final artwork is due on Monday 24th May 2020!

You must submit all your artworks (rough draft of four/2 ideas/final celestial bodies artwork) or your report for Semester 1 will state NEEDS ATTENTION in the Visual Arts section.

Hello to all my Grade 4 students from Cambridge Primary School and whoever else might be reading this post.

avatar Shelley Menhennet

I can’t believe it is Week 6 of remote learning already!

We are going to be doing a bit of Visual Arts learning around the topic of CELESTIAL BODIES in ART!

So, in Week 3 you drew a rough draft of four different celestial bodies. If you didn’t do this work go to week 3 here.

Reyansh 4F cb

Vivienne 4A CB

And in Week 4 you drew 2 ideas for a celestial bodies artwork. If you didn’t do this work go to week 4 here.

Now, in Week 5 and week 6, I would like you to create your final artwork for this unit of work. I want you to create a celestial bodies final artwork.

This artwork will require some thinking and some organising. So this artwork is due on Monday 24th May 2020!

In the past, my grade 3 students have created a celestial bodies artwork using clay like this.

This artwork involved-

  • deciding which of the celestial bodies you were going to create with

  • deciding how the celestial bodies were going to interact if the student was using more than one type of celestial body

  • deciding whether the celestial bodies claywork was going to be 3D and freestanding or flat

  • painting the claywork after it came out of the kiln

But you won’t be making a celestial bodies clay work in the art room.

In this time of remote learning we all have to adapt to creating at home.

How can you produce an artwork that has more than one celestial body in it? How can you put them together? Or perhaps you just want to create one of the celestial bodies? What will you use?

So you have lots of choice with how you create your celestial bodies artwork. However I want you to use more than one sort of material or one way of creating your art work. You have choices to make!

So perhaps you will draw,

or paint, or use oil pastels or chalk or watercolour pencils,

or use lego,

or make salt dough

Salt Dough Recipe

Ingredients

  • I cup salt
  • 2 cups plain flour
  • 1 cup hot water

Method

  1. Add salt and plain flour to a bowl gradually adding hot water. You might not need all the water!
  2. Mix together until a dough forms. Make sure it isn’t sticky.
  3. Leave your salt dough creations to air dry overnight. Then put your salt dough creations in the oven at 120 degrees Celsius for about 3 hours.
  4. When your salt dough creations are cool you can paint them. If you don’t have gloss paint and you want them to look shiny you can paint them with varnish when the paint is dry. If you don’t have any varnish just paint them with PVA glue. This will also make them nice and shiny.

or use cut paper

or torn paper,

or cardboard

or aluminum foil

or use stuff from the kitchen drawers and cupboards

or stuff out of the laundry basket

or other stuff

or all of those things

or something I haven’t even listed!

This moon looks like it has been made using shaving cream!

If you want to look at more celestial bodies artworks go to my Pinterest board.

I am giving you lots and lots and lots of choice

in how you create your artwork but I am NOT telling you to go out and buy stuff! Use what is already in your home! Don’t forget to ask permission to pull stuff out of cupboards to use or to make salt dough, or things like that.Email your photos to me when you have finished.

shelley.menhennet@education.vic.gov.au

And, of course, tidy up after you have created!!!

I cannot wait to see your artworks inspired by celestial bodies!

You can send it in earlier but remember this artwork is due on Monday 24th May 2020!

Have fun creating!

Mrs Menhennet

Luke 4B cb

Luke 4B cb 2a

Swathi 4F

malakey 4F cbfin

 

Jowan 4C cbfin

Yaksh 4C cbfin 2

Yaksh 4C cbfin 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aydin 4D cbfin 2

 

Bhavya 4E cbfin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tahila 4C cb fin

 

 

 

 

 

Anna 4D cbfin

 

Amelie 4E cbfin

Maddison 4E cbfin

Vivienne 4A cbfin

Reyansh 4F cbfin

Reyansh 4F cbfin 2

Thraya 4F fina

Thraya 4F fin 1

Tanisha 4C cbfin

Kelly 4D cbfin

Ashvin 4E cb22

Luke 4B fin?

Mehek 4A cb fin

Meagan 4D cb fin

Liam 4C cbfin

Jemma 4B fin ?

kaleb 4D cbfin

Ashvin 4E cbfin b

Mehek 4A cbfin a

Simra 4A cbfin

Charli 4D cbfin

Ellie4E cbfin13

Ellie 4E cbfin7

Tanisha 4C cb rec

Advika 4E cbfin

Amelia 4E cbfin

Ashvin 4E c fin a

Ashvin 4E cbfin

Ashvin 4E cbfin e

Ashvin 4E cbfinc

Ashvin 4E cbfind

Cathy 4C cbfin

Aydin 4D cbfin

Claire 4F cbfin

Reshmi 4D cbfin

Rayyan 4C cbfin

Rayyan 4C cbfin?

Ramsha 4D cbfin

Nash 4B fin

Muhammad 4E cbfin

Mehek 4A cbfin

Martina 4B cbfin

Luke 4B cbfin

Khloe 4D cbfin

Kaleb 4D cbfin 2

Jiya 4B cbfin

Jensen 4C cbfin

Jemma 4B cbfin

Jayden 4D cb fin

Jasper 4D cbfin

Jaleyah 4D cbfin

Harper 4E cb fin

Gavin 4D cbfin

Ellie 4E fin 2

Ellie 4E fin 1

Ellie 4E cbfin 12

Ellie 4E cbfin 11

Ellie 4E cbfin 10

Ellie 4E cbfin 9

Ellie 4E cbfin 8

Ellie 4E cbfin 5

Ellie 4E cbfin 4

Ellie 4E cbfin 3

Ellie 4E cbfin

Eeshan 4B cbfin2

Eeshan 4B cbfin 1

Lenny 4C cbfin

Lily 4F cbfin

Ramsha 4D cbfin

Kaleb 4D cbfin

Isaiah 4 cbfin

Isaiah 4 cb2

yevin 4E cbfin

Natalie 4C cbfin

Yaksh 4C cbfin

Vanshika 4F cbfin.jpeg

Reshmi 4 fin

Dante 4E cbfin

Alicia 4C cbfin

Abdul 4B cbfin

Tayla 4A cbfin

 

 

Tayla 4A cbfin

Tayla 4A not

Yashas 4C cbfin

Adrita 4F cbfin

Amitoj 4A cbfin

Shreyan 4C cbfin

Tana 4F cbfin

Tana 4F cbfin2

Tana 4F cb

Faruk 4C cbfin 3

Faruk 4C cbfin 2

Faruk 4c

Nehansa 4D cbfin .

Thraya 4F cbfin

Taimoor 4 cbfin

Don’t forget to leave a comment! My students love to read your comments!

 

May 6

GRADE 6 WEEK 5 REMOTE LEARNING RECREATE FAMOUS ARTWORK 2020

YOUR FAMOUS ART WORK RECREATION IS DUE on MONDAY 11th MAY!

Hello to all my Grade 6 students from Cambridge Primary School and whoever else might be reading this post.

avatar Shelley Menhennet

I can’t believe it is Week 5 of remote learning already!

We are going to be doing a bit of Visual Arts learning around the topic of  recreating famous art works!

YOUR FAMOUS ART WORK RECREATION IS DUE on MONDAY 11th MAY!

If you are not sure about what you are supposed to do please go here.

Please photograph your artwork and  email it to me at-

shelley.menhennet@education.vic.gov.au

 

If you have already submitted your artwork  this week you can visit ANY of these websites below for Art games, activities and tours.

NGV online tours

NGV digital creatives

NGV kids

Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art Kids activities

Take an online tour at the Louvre, Paris. On this webpage there is even a VR visit of Mona Lisa.

Have fun!

Mrs Menhennet

Here they are!

Riley 6B rec 2

girl with a pearl earring in lego

Riley 6B girl with a pearl earring recreation in lego

Charlee 6A rec

Imran 6C rec

Justin 6D rec

Denis 6B rec

Aayan 6e

Emme 6D rec

Luna 6E rec 3

Luna 6E rec 2

Luna 6E rec 1

 

Natalie 6D rec

Kareem 6E rec

Yu Ning 6D rec

Aishmeen 6E rec

Bright bright sunlight Zunaira 6C rec

Darragh 6D rec

Elise Paul 6B Recreation

Jimmy 6D rec

Josh 6E rec

mackenzie 6C rec 2

Krishna 6C rec

Riya 6B rec

Ruby 6B 1

Ruby 6B rec

Scarlett 6E rec 1

Steph 6C rec

Khiem 6C

 

Naija 6E rec

Sasha 6E rec

 

nate 6A 1

nate 6A rec

Victoria 6C rec

Tommy 6A rec

Tayla 6D rec

jayani 6A rec

Jayani 6A rec 2

 

Scarlett 6E rec 2

Sithika 6B rec

Anik 6E rec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harry 6A rec

Julia 6A rec

Zephyr 6E rec

Kurt 6A rec

Adiya 6B rec

Ayana 6C rec

Boston 6A rec

Chanara 6B rec

Charlotte 6D rec

HARRY 6A REC

Sonia 6A rec

Rhianna 6C rec

Brandon 6B rec

Charlie 6A rec

Maddison 6B rec

Lynk 6B rec

Maddison 6B rec

Kai 6E rec

Archan 6E rec

Sidrah 6A rec

Shreyan 6D rec.jpeg

Senuth 6D rec

Ryan 6D rec

Dylan 6E rec

Tyrell 6A rec

Krishna 6C rec

RANDA 6E rec

Adish 6E rec

Izhar 6E rec

Eugene 6A rec

 

Please leave a comment! My students all love it when you leave comments about their work!

 

April 30

GRADE 4 WEEK 4 REMOTE LEARNING CELESTIAL BODIES 2020

Hello to all my Grade 4 students from Cambridge Primary School and whoever else might be reading this post.

avatar Shelley Menhennet

I can’t believe it is Week 4 of remote learning already!

We are going to be doing a bit of Visual Arts learning around the topic of CELESTIAL BODIES!

 

If you haven’t done the Week 3 activity yet please go back to Week 3 HERE.

Did you email your rough draft to me last week?

If you haven’t done that yet send it to me by email so I can put it onto the blog post. If you want to look at everybody else’s rough drafts, that is where they are, on last week’s blog post. Go to where it says HERE up above and it will take you there!

So by now you have looked at lots of images of celestial bodies and you have drawn 4 rough drafts as well.

celestial bodies artwork

If you want to look at more celestial bodies artworks go to my Pinterest board.

This week I would like to see 2 ideas for your own celestial bodies art work. You are NOT making the final art work yet. You are just working on 2 different ideas. How can you produce an artwork that has more than one celestial body in it? How can you put them together? Or perhaps you just want to create one of the celestial bodies? What will you use?

Fold a piece of paper in half so you have two spaces.

Draw up 2 different ideas for your final art work. You can use a bit of colour this time but REMEMBER this is NOT your final piece. This is just working on two different ideas!

What art materials will you use? Are you going to draw your final piece?

Pencils? Textas? Crayons? Oil pastels? Watercolour pencils?

Do you have any paint?

What have you got at home that you can use?

Perhaps you want to try to make a 3D artwork?

Playdoh? Plasticine or modelling clay?

Or you could make salt dough? But ask your parents permission first!

Salt Dough Recipe

Ingredients

  • I cup salt
  • 2 cups plain flour
  • 1 cup hot water

Method

  1. Add salt and plain flour to a bowl gradually adding hot water. You might not need all the water!
  2. Mix together until a dough forms. Make sure it isn’t sticky.
  3. Leave your salt dough creations to air dry overnight. Then put your salt dough creations in the oven at 120 degrees Celsius for about 3 hours.
  4. When your salt dough creations are cool you can paint them. If you don’t have gloss paint and you want them to look shiny you can paint them with varnish when the paint is dry. If you don’t have any varnish just paint them with PVA glue. This will also make them nice and shiny.

What else have you got that you could use?

Lego? Other construction materials?

Scrap cardboard?

Anything else?

I am not asking you to rush out and buy materials to use for this task. Use what you already have at home.

And this week you are just coming up with 2 ideas, not actually doing the final piece. Do a drawing of your idea and write down what you think you might use to make it.  Do this TWICE!

And remember, it is OKAY to change your mind!

You need to think like an artist and not see changing your mind as making a mistake, because it is NOT. It is just that you came up with a better idea!

And that’s it!

Photograph your paper, with two different ideas on it, with your device, and email it to me.

shelley.menhennet@education.vic.gov.au

I look forward to seeing your interesting ideas.

Bye!

Mrs Menhennet

Here they are!

Taimoor 4B cb2

Nash 4B cb2

Khloe 4D cb2

Kelly 4D cb2

Eliza 4C cb2

yevin 4E cb 2

Aydin 4D cb2

Cathy 4C cb2

Reshmi 4D cb2

Reshmi 4D cb2

Vanshika 4F cb2

Amelia 4E cb2

Jiya 4B cb2

Brydon 4E cb2

gavin 4D cb2

Swathi 4F cb2

Tyson 4A cb2

Mehek 4A cb2

Tahila 4C cb2

Jasper 4D cb2

Simra 4A cb@

Malakey 4F cb2

Tyrone 4F cb2

Tyrone 4F cb 2a

Abdul 4B cb2

Mehtab 4F cb2b

Mehtab 4F cb2a

 

Amelie 4E cb2

 

 

 

 

Anna 4D cb2

 

 

 

Swathi 4F cb

Jowan 4C cb2

Vivienne 4A cb2

Maddison 4E cb2

Abdul 4E cb2

Charli 4D cb2

Abdul 4B cb2

Thraya 4F CB2

Tayla 4A cb2

Martina 4B cb2

Ashvin 4E cb2

Claire 4F cb2

Neil 4A cb2

Ramsha 4D cb2

Amitoj 4A cb2

Amitoj 4A cb2a

Ramsha 4D cb2

Japreet 4D cb2

Charli 4D cb2

Jowan 4C cb2

 

Adrita 4F cb2

Shreyan 4C cb2

Ramsha 4D cb2

Amitoj 4A cb2

Amitoj 4A cb

Amitoj 4A cb2

Gavin 4 cb2

Thraya 4F cb2

Tayla G 4A cb2

Kelly 4D cb2

Nash H 4 cb2

Eliza 4C cb2

Claire 4 cb2

 

April 21

GRADE 5 REMOTE LEARNING VISUAL ARTS GALLERY 2020

Here you will find a gallery of artworks created by Grade 5 students at Cambridge Primary School over the past few weeks.

Face multicoloured hair curved coloured paper strips fringe of small multicoloured paper squares large circular eyes with black irises short straight black eyelashes multicoloured small striped nose wearing bow tie no mouth curious expression

Aaliyah 5D 1 Face with multicoloured hair and nose wearing bowtie

This includes any artworks created over the two weeks of the school holidays when these students were, like most of the rest of us, confined to home.

Manga style drawing male character wearing surgical mask with coronavirus bright green floating around the character

Marko 5B 1 drawing

Aditi 5F 2 Constructed cardboard semi circular cradle for pencil storage decorated to look like a watermelon slice full of pencils and markers laying left and right

Aditi 5F 2 Constructed cardboard semi circular cradle for pencil storage decorated to look like a watermelon slice

It also includes artworks created during Week 1 and 2 of term 2 2020. The Visual Arts task for Week 2 for all grade 3/4/5/6/E students was to think about the many creative ways the students have used their time over the past few weeks and to send me photos of these creative artworks. Perhaps they have been drawing, knitting, painting, making models, crocheting, making jewellery, printing, constructing, cutting, making collages, etc, etc, etc???

grey lead pencil drawing mermaid on a rock in the moonlight

Danielle 5F 1 grey lead pencil drawing

3D freesstanding block capital letter A collaged with multicoloured patterned paper scraps and washi tape

Aaliyah 5D 1 3D block letter A collaged with patterned paper and washi tape

I will continue to update these online galleries on this blog as students send photos of their artworks to me by email.

Lego model of cafe counter with cappuccino machine barista cupcakes and more

Aaliyah 5D 2 Lego model of cafe counter with cappuccino machine barista cupcakes and more

The students will be delighted if you leave a comment or a question about their artwork.

grey lead pencil and bright blue and red marker drawing superhero cartoon Super Cup

Aaliyah 5D 4 Superhero comic Super Cup

Thanks,

Shell Menhennet

Painted sea shell black royal blue maroon covered in silver glitter

Aaliyah 5D 6 Painted sea shell black royal blue maroon covered in silver glitter

grey lead pencil drawing female character on stage with footlights stage lights and confetti flying around

Aaliyah 5D 5 grey lead pencil drawing female character on stage with footlights stage lights and confetti flying around

manga style drawing koala in a tree

Marko 5B 3 drawing

manga style drawing male character wearing peaked cap

Marko 5B 2 drawing

Coloured pencil drawings enhanced stick figure clown with large friendly face bunch of balloons happy girl eating yellow spaghetti from red bowl

Aaliyah 5D 3 Coloured pencil drawing enhanced stick figure clown with large head girl eating spaghetti from a bowl

mango style drawing male character exaggerated sports shoe size on feet

Marko 5B 4 drawing

Drawing multi scooped ice cream cone How is ice cream made? Explanatory text written on the vanilla scoops of ice cream Chocolate strawberry pistachio scoops yellow cone with orange lines to form diamond pattern on cone brown cylindrical wafer yum

Aditi 5F 1 Drawing of multi scooped ice cream cone How is ice cream made?

manga style drawing female character carrying best teacher trophy in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other

Marko 5B 5 drawing

drawing coloured pencil 5 small quirky characters multicoloured apple crazy eyes tonhgue sticking out square minion yellow blue

Aaliyah 5D 3 5 drawing small quirky characters

Drawing manga style character carrying watermelons pink face mask over eyes

Marko 5B 6 drawing

pastel rainbow painted sea shell

Aaliyah 5D 8 pastel painted rainbow sea shell

 

3 folded squares mint green lemon pale pink small drawings over folded part of paper sunbaking tropical fruit on lemon sloth and bunch of balloons floating away on pale pink hello with cute white face for O on mint green

Aaliyah 5D 9 3 folded squares with small drawings on the folded parts of the square

drawing manga style male character moustache balding

Marko 5B 8 drawing

Manga style drawing of male character

Marko 5B 9 drawing

grey lead pencil drawing of a toddler including photo on phone the drawing was copied from

Marko 5B 10grey lead pencil drawing of a toddler

Nathan 5E 1

Ethan 5E 1

Diamond art tiger

Mya 5C 1

Mya 5C 2

Ethan 5E 2

Ethan 5E 3

Mya 5C 3

Thinuli 5E 1

Mikayla 5A 1

Ahmed 5F 1

Neil 5A 1

Neil 5A 2

Mia 5B 1

Hannah Rose 5A 3

Hannah Rose 5A 2

Hannah Rose 5A 1

Mia 5B 2

Kethan 5D 1

Zaina 5A 1

Yethmini 5E

Yethmini 5E image

Hannah Rose 5A cu2

hannah Rose 5A cu1