Our tiny homeschool co-op (6 students, 3 families) meets weekly for poetry recitation and writing. We fill the rest of our time with science projects or drawing. For the most part we're using Mona Brookes' Drawing With Children, but this week another mom found something different.
We gave the children an upside down line drawing to copy. Even though most of them figured out what the image was, they focused on following the lines and curves as presented. After turning their pictures around, they added watercolors for beautiful results. See for yourself:
by Rebecca, age 7
by Marianna, age 11