Say it ten times fast."She draws sea shells by the sea shore!"
Since Summer is on he horizon, it only seems fitting to draw Summer stuff. Seashells are a great way to teach balance, symmetry, contour line and form.
I created a number of How To Draw Sea Shell worksheets after studying shells myself. I am giving these to the students to practice with drawing the shells.
Students will draw 3 or more shells (all the same or different) in the middle of their paper.
Use a pencil and draw light, till you know it's right.
Then go darker of use permanent marker.
Use crayons to color the seashells (use lots of pressure to seal up all paper)
In the center of the paper, with a white crayon, draw small circles clumped together like grape clusters. This will be a line of sea foam that divides the water from the sand.
Paint the top protion above shells and bubbles with blues, greens and purples.
Paint the bottom portion with yellows, oranges and browns.
You should be able to paint on top of the seashells since you colored hard with crayon.
Use brown paper, draw the shells and outline with black marker.