Doodles: Read-Aloud & Lesson
Doodler Doodling by Rita Goldman Geldman, Greenwillow Books, Harper Collins Publishers
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Illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky
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Doodling is GREAT for your brain!!!
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Use any paper and some sort of black pen or marker to scribble loosely all over your paper.
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Elements of art are like a food recipe. This doodle uses line, color & space in the “Art recipe”.
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Fill 5-6 spaces with a color before changing. “Paint” or pull with your marker to fill spaces.
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Fill the spaces. Don’t put the same colors next to each other.
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Doodle Option 2: Find a picture in your doodle. Turn the paper different directions to help you see
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I see a school of fish in my doodle. Outline the pictures you see, color, then add details.
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Enjoy doodling! It’s good for your brain!!!
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