Students will also enjoy the hands-on magic of printmaking.
- Draw or trace a big shape in the middle. Then add five lines from the shape to the edge of the page to create sections.
- Fill each section outside of the shape with designs. Shapes and lines make the best designs.
- Add oil pastel on the top of the designs.
- Color with water-based markets on plastic, then spray water on top. Place the paper down on top of the wet marker and give the page a “back rub.” When finished, lift up the paper to reveal the final print.
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