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Lessons in Book 2 Draw Write Now, Drawing Books for ChildrenChristopher Columbus

Columbus, Sailing West/Map of Americas, The Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, Reaching Land, The People

Autumn Harvest

Apple, Grapes, Squirrel, Owl, Goose, Pumpkin, Scarecrow, Deciduous Tree, Leaves and Seeds, Evergreen Tree, Needles and Cones

The Weather

Plane in the Clouds, Truck in the Rain, Sledding in the Snow, Car in the Fog, Sailboat in the Wind


Art Elements and Principles

At the end of each unit, several pages focus on a specific art element or principle. In Book 2 they are:

  • Patterns and Symmetry—see the grapes and the cones lessons
  • Mirror Images—see the owl and the pumpkin lessons


Sample LessonsLessons are displayed on our home page.


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Sample Sentences

Four short sentences (manuscript style) are shown for copy work. The writing practice should be adjusted to fit the child’s abilities and needs. In addition, any handwriting style may be practiced The following is from a Book 2 lesson:

Some trees lose their leaves.
The leaves fall in autumn.
Branches are bare in winter.
New leaves grow in spring.

Draw Write Now, Book 2
by Marie Hablitzel & Kim Stitzer
$10.19 each
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Christopher Columbus, Harvest Time and The Weather
Celebrate the wonders of autumn with lessons on pine cones, owls, squirrels and more. Explore the world while learning about Columbus’ voyage of 1492. Then, unravel the mysteries of the weather, as you draw a car in the fog and a plane in the clouds.
Drawing Books for Children
  • 64 pages, printed on quality paper
  • Soft-cover, 8.5” x 11”
  • 21 lessons in each book

“In the seven years these lessons have been part of my curriculum, I have watched my students gain confidence in their drawing skills enabling them to draw creatively on their own.” — Virginia C., 1, 2 Grade Teacher