Portrait Gridded Art Cards


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Portrait Gridded Art Cards are high-resolution images of people of different ethnicities.  There are 10 in total (5 female, 5 male) and each image is overlaid with a grid of nine squares.  Print and laminate these appealing images for your students to draw, paint or respond to creatively in other ways.  I created these for myself as an extension activity for early finishers.

Also included in the download is a page with a square printed on it with tiny marks around the edge so your students can draw a grid with no measuring.

There are more gridded art cards and grid drawings on The Arty Teacher website, and of course lots of portrait art lessons.

Materials required: drawing papersketching pencils or if your students have a pencil consider supplying a 2B sketching pencil #Ad

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