Today we learnt how to draw a shark. We used watercolors in order to make the shadows and lights.


We made a pattern art project with the students. It was really fun and the effect depends on opening the folded paper.

The students leart about some kinds of patters (lines, zig zags, squares, triangles etc…). Ones they know this variety and the effect of these patterns, we started foldering the paper and drawing our piranha!

While closed, students drew their fish in pencil adding detailed complex patterns in the fish’s body and/or fins.

Then they opened up the paper entirely so you could see the top and bottom parts of the fish with the paper in the middle blank. They then connected their lines from the fishes mouth from the top drawing to the bottom drawing, stretching it out and drawing the mouth wide open.

The students loved this lesson, we laghted a lot!

Point Perspective

3th Graders learnt what a point perspective means. We learnt how to draw an acuarium. We started dividing our paper in four parts in order to find our point perspective, where all the lines end up.

Also, we learnt how to draw parallel lines in order to draw the squares of the floor.