Watercolor Prints

This was created by my 3rd grade students and it took two classes. The watercolor was created first so that it dried before we needed to print. Then the students created a drawing of a basic building landscape. They needed to make sure their windows and doors where not to close to other lines or each other. Then we transfered it to another paper so that it was a mirror image. Students then traced their drawing and mirror image on to styrofoam using a wooden stylus. After wards the students cut the sky off and we were able to print. This was the first time many of the students had ever printed so I helped each student one-on-one to ensure the best print possible. They printed straight onto the watercolor paper and they turned out great.

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