Dive into a fruity adventure with my high school art lesson, Mystery Drawing Cherry Papaya Worksheets! This dynamic lesson features two summer fruit-themed mystery scramble worksheets—one showcasing a sweet cherry and the other a ripe papaya.
Whether used as a sub-plan or a standalone art activity, our mystery drawing cherry papaya worksheets are sure to spark creativity and leave students with a sense of accomplishment. So, why wait? Add this fruity fun to your classroom today!
Students can tackle the drawings directly on the grid provided or opt for a clean paper finish, allowing for personalized touches with markers or pencils.
As they unravel the mystery of each image, students not only develop their artistic abilities but also cultivate patience and an understanding of different line qualities.
The puzzle format makes it fun and challenges them to create an organized process for marking off completed boxes and finding the next one to draw.
Included in this Mystery Drawing Cherry Papaya Worksheets:
✅ 1 Printable Mystery Grid One-Day Art Image of a Cherry
✅ 1 Printable Mystery Grid One-Day Art Image of a Papaya
✅ Easy to Use Teacher’s Instructions
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My students were having a tough time with grid drawings because they would just ignore the lines and draw what they thought they saw. With this scrambled drawing they had to slow down and look at each box. It did a great job of helping them improve!” – Art Teacher, Rachel K.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Students love these art lessons, they are always engaged and ready to learn more and it makes it nice for the teacher who is not artistic! Highly recommend!!” – Art Teacher, Jessica S.
Want More Ready To Go Fruity Grid Drawing Worksheets?
This lesson is also included in this Summer Fruit Mystery Grid Bundle!
Need an Easy to Follow Art Sub Plan?
The included mystery drawing cherry papaya worksheet works great as sub plans, and early finisher assignments, for students on home instruction or in ISS. They are easy to follow for substitute teachers or self-directed learning when the art teacher is unavailable.
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