Bell Work

Blind Drawing

For this activity, have enough blindfolds for each student. You will also need to prepare a bag of objects for each table and have a piece of paper ready for each student. Each bag should have enough objects for each student to use one. Students should blindfold themselves, reach into the bag, select one object, and draw it on the paper in front of them.

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