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Erica Jasna Struble

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Chalking Your Walk - Practicing Shapes With Art & Kindness

Practice drawing shapes and spread kindness! Create a shape chalk drawing using triangles, rectangles, squares, and other shapes to get colorful and creative! Your shape chalk drawing is also a great way to be kind and supportive to your neighbors. Your art can bring people joy, smiles, and happiness. Directions and a for shape chalk drawings are below to help you plan your artwork. There also is a video on how to make chalk if you don't have some at home! Directions: 1. Gather your supplies! Painters tape, Masking Tape & Sidewalk Chalk. If you do not have sidewalk chalk, you can watch the video on the first slide on how to make some! 2. Click on the video to watch how to make your shape chalk drawing. 3. Go outside! To create your shape chalk art, sweep the area on your sidewalk that you will be using so that it is nice and clean! Tape off different shapes. 4. Get chalking! Make sure to color each shape with a different color of chalk. Try not to put 2 of the same colors next to each other! 5. When all of your shapes are filled in, you can pull up the tape and enjoy your beautiful chalk art. 6. Take a picture of your chalk drawing and upload it to the activity. 7. Click on the green checkmark to upload your work!

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Art, Social Emotional Learning, Math
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