>#235: Don’t Lift Your Pencil!

>Have you ever tried drawing a whole picture without lifting your pencil off the paper?

First, find something you would like to draw. You can start with something simple, like a table. Decide what part of the table you want to start drawing. Put your pencil on the paper, start drawing and keep your pencil touching the paper (and drawing) for the whole picture. You can only lift your pencil off the page when you are finished the whole picture.

It’s tricky!

Make this a family activity: Have everyone in the family sit in a circle (or at a table) with paper and a pencil. Everyone tries to draw the person across from them, keeping their pencil on the paper the whole time.

This activity promotes spatial awareness and visual-spatial planning.

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