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Finally! Radial Balance Lesson.

One lesson I really love to do with my high school Art 1 students is Radial Balance designs.  This new Radial Balance lesson requires no real prep for the teacher.  The only thing students need are protractors, maybe rulers, copy paper, a marker, 9×9″ or 9×12″ white drawing paper, and your choice of media (I use colored pencils and/or markers but you could use pens, paint, etc.)

Then, you just show the Powerpoint and the students can begin working on the Doodle Page.  There are 4 steps and I have included 4 videos in the PowerPoint. 

 This post has been a LONG time in the making!   I first blogged about my Radial Balance lesson back in November of 2019!  We all know what happened shortly after that in March of 2020 so you can probably guess why I am just now getting around to adding this to my TpT.

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Hi, I’m Erin!

I’ve been a high school art teacher at a rural school in WV for the past 14 years. I teach Art 1, AP Art + Design, Art 2 and 3. 
I’m a little obsessed with my sweet husband. Together we have FOUR kids and a rescue dog named Boomer! 
I love a bad pun and terrible dad jokes. I spend time looking at MBTI memes, cooking, listening to serial killer podcasts and Harry Potter audiobooks on repeat. I also teach yoga and indoor cycling. Click the button below to learn more about me. 

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