After doing line drawings of their shoes, my fifth graders did a drawing
where they placed the shoe in an environment that changed the scale of the
shoe. The idea was to make the shoe appear much larger or much smaller than
it is in real life.
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> After my 5th grade students did contour drawings of their shoes on 9" x 12
" paper, I gave them 12" x 18" brown paper. Using the bottom of their shoes
and tempera paint, they printed around the edge of the paper. Some used
their tread print in a random manner, some used a patterend approach.
After the prints were dry, the drawings were mounted in the middle of the
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