Teach students how to draw a spider with a fun directed drawing activity for elementary students.
Use Directed Drawing Activities to Enhance Listening
Work on listening skills with a fun drawing activity that requires students to listen very, very carefully so they know what they’re required to draw!
Read the description of how to draw a spider out loud to your students several times, providing the directions to draw a spider wearing sneakers (or tennis shoes!).
Use the picture on the second page to see how close your students came to drawing the picture described.
More Directed Drawing Activities
Don’t stop there! We’ve got more activities and resources that cut down on lesson planning time:
Directed Drawing - How to Draw a Piece of Cake
Use this directed drawing activity of a piece of cake to help students develop their listening skills in the classroom.
Directed Drawing for Kids - How to Draw Corn on the Cob
Use this directed drawing activity with your students to teach them how to draw corn on the cob and enhance classroom listening.
How to Draw for Kids - Resource Pack
A collection of ‘How to Draw for Kids’ task cards with accompanying ‘How to Draw’ videos.
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