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5th Grade Art with Mrs. Brown

5th Grade Art with Mrs. Brown
Fifth graders learned about Vikings in their social studies class. They learned that Viking were not just the fierce warriors that people always assume they to be. Many Vikings were also very experienced farmers, fishermen, ironworkers, traders, and writers. But, for fun we decided to draw Vikings the way that they have been portrayed in the myths and legends! Students learned about pen and ink techniques, like hatching, cross-hatching, and stippling and they applied these techniques to their drawings.

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