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Self-Portraits

Posted on September 29, 2017

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Omega boys have been working on their self-portraits. In partners, the boys use a mirror to study their faces and share observations about their features. Next, they carefully “sketch” their portraits in pencil, recalling the shapes they are using and playing with the idea of symmetry. Boys practice their fine motor stills, as they use Identi-Pens to trace the lines of their work, and they experiment with watercolors to bring their portrait to life!

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