2. The top left or right is a good space for a large sun. It should be only half on the page, with some kind of face included.
3. The students then turn the paper upside down, and draw another large element in the space that is left over. My sample has a figure playing tether ball (a new addition to our school). Small figures, animals or cars may be fit in where possible.
4. When the paper is filled, all the lines are traced heavily with crayons of different colors.
5. The shapes are all painted in with watercolor. While the paint is still wet, some areas will be sprinkled with salt to create texture. When the painting is dry, the salt is brushed away.