Why Use Drawing Practice Sheets?
Instead of asking students to draw something familiar, these drawing practice sheets ask them to copy an abstract shape in an empty box below.
Doing so helps students concentrate on copying a drawing without any preconceived idea of what it “should” look like. Or if their drawing looks “good” or not. It’s just practice, but practice that helps you see how accurate you can get within a small square space.
Note: The complexity of the shapes range from those appropriate for kinder and then up to the 5th grade. Each are also numbered so you can more easily tell them apart.
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