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Whaea Dianne

Student Instructions

Snail's Eye View Photographs

1) GET DOWN: Get low down on the ground - it could be on the floor, grass, deck or drive. 2) LOOK AROUND: What do things look like from down there? What things look close? What things suddenly look like skyscrapers?! Are there any things that look mysterious or unusual when they are viewed from a snail's point of view? 3) CLICK: Take photographs of some of the things you can see from your snail's point of view. Make sure the camera is low down, with the side touching the floor if possible. Choose some unusual and interesting shots - perhaps even one or two that are a little mysterious. 4) RESPOND: Click RSEPOND' and your photographs. 5) CAPTIONS: Add captions.to your photos. (You could even turn your photographs into a poem or a short story if you want to.) 6) SHARE: Post your work to Seesaw!

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Art
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