Upside Down Drawing Worksheet, Middle, High School Art Worksheets, Art Sub Plan

Upside Down Drawing Worksheet, Middle, High School Art Worksheets, Art Sub Plan

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These upside-down drawing worksheets are perfect for in-class instruction and distance learning, sub plans, or independent student study. Beginning High School and Middle School Drawing students will learn about drawing on the right side of the brain. Based on Betty Edward's book Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, these worksheets include multiple levels of difficulty and will give students practice drawing in a way they may not have tried before, but will be a revelation.

Upside-down drawings are a way to get the left side of your brain to shut off and allow the right side of your brain to take over. To put it simply the left side of your brain is responsible for remembering time, letters, numbers, and symbols, whereas the right side of your brain is responsible for drawing pictures, and lines and seeing a picture as a whole, rather than as parts.

Included:

(2) Informational Sheets

  • About Upside-down drawing Sheet
  • Student Instruction Sheet

Rubric

(11) Images with (11) Matching Drawing Sheets

Three Levels of Difficulty

Level One:

Cat

Duck

Shark

Horse

Cow

Level Two:
Wolf

Hare

Woman Sitting

Man Sitting

Level Three:

Man Profile

Woman Profile

This worksheet packet is made for middle or high school art teachers, TAB teachers, and home school parents who want to be successful in teaching beginning drawing students how to draw on the right side of the brain.

Best suited for grades 6-10, but can be taught to older students as well.

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