Drawing Fruit Distance Learning – No Need to Print/Easy to Email

Drawing Fruit Distance Learning

Drawing Fruit Distance Learning‘Drawing Fruit Distance Learning’ has been designed so students view it on a computer or device and complete the tasks.  No need to print! This resource asks students to complete the following but as the download is on separate pages you can pick and choose from the following, or ask your students to pick two or three of the first 4 drawing tasks:

  • A pencil drawing of a strawberry
  • A pen drawing of a lime slice using hatching
  • A coloured pencil drawing of figs
  • A stippling drawing of a pear
  • Create a research page on a collage artist*
  • Create a magazine collage of either a quince, tomatoes slice, peach or avocado.

To complete all of these tasks students would need a pencil, pen, coloured pencils, paper, old magazines and glue.  The page that asks them to create a research page, tells them to create it on paper or on the computer or on an App such as PicCollage.  Lots of choices!

There are different versions of some pages to account for the different spellings of colour/color and use of tones/values.

*Artists include Derek Gores, Nancy Standlee, Eileen Downes and Deborah Shapiro.

‘Drawing Fruit Distance Learning’ is one of many home learning resources and units of work on The Arty Teacher.

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Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

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