Alphabet Directed Drawing

We love directed drawing and our very popular Alphabet Directed Drawing will help you integrate 'alphabet' and letter themed learning with writing and art.

Updated Packet

Our Alphabet Directed Drawing packet has doubled in size and value!

Why Directed Drawing?

Directed drawing allows young students to feel successful on their journey learning to draw and helps to motivate their writing.
Quite often teaching children to draw will be a springboard to enthusiastic attempts to write and engage in more paper based communication.

What is included in our packets

For each drawing in our directed drawing packets, you can select from one of 4 projects:

  1. The Classic Directed Drawing has the steps and room provided for students to simply draw, following the steps.
  2. Big Draw provides the steps on one page, and a page sized, bordered worksheet for students to create a large artwork. 
  3. Draw and Write has a blank space for students to draw (using the separate page of steps) and a few lines to write a sentence or two. 
  4. The "Read, Draw, Write" style worksheet encourages students to read the word in the word bank, follow the directed steps to draw a picture (and they may add additional drawings) and then lines are provided for students to write about their picture or the topic. In this alphabet version, the word bank is just one word.

If you pop back to this post, you can snag a free sample to try with your kiddos!

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