When the “drawing Center” first opens students are introduced to the many tools, materials, references and resources that are available to them. Students can choose from pencils, colored pencils, charcoal, pastels, oil pastels, chalk, thick and thin markers, crayons and chalk. White glue is sometimes employed as a drawing tool, and scratchboard is available by request.
I say all this in order to highlight this one particular drawing made recently by a 5th grader, isn’t this a great use of a template? (Computer geeks will recognize this relic from the days of hand-drawn flowcharts.)