Monday, February 22, 2010

Student Drawings Vol. 2

Here is another large batch of drawings. They won't normally have this many, but I've been saving some up for awhile. Enjoy.



This is a series of three pictures. A student did not feel like taking his test and so he wrote me a nice message. Despite his nice comment, he failed.

I don't know what it is about my face, but I feel like this picture is actually pretty accurate.

This is another blank test that came with a sweet drawing of what I think is an angry tree.


Some of Newark's finest Juggalo artwork.


I think this one might be my favorite. The same student who drew this also draws a pretty nice raptor-bear.


A nice waterfall.


I really like how small the T-Rex's arms are.


This is a drawing one of my students drew during my student teaching at Westerville. My mentor teacher had them spray paint it on his wall, it was awesome.


Loooooooooooong cat.


I found these today in a stack under someone's desk. Yeah.


So we watched a movie called Donald in Mathmagicland in which they taught us about the golden rectangle and how awesome it was. Apparently this is how a student portrayed the rectangle. The crying triangle is great.


A duck, drawn during the same movie.


I'm not sure. Maybe a smiley face award?


With Pi Day coming up in a few weeks, I had students make posters.


I might get this one made into a t-shirt.


Once I get the student to finish coloring this in, I will save it for sure.

2 comments:

  1. I have to say, you have some pretty talented students! Love the graffiti one!

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