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Enhance math skills with precision! Utilize 18 worksheets to practice drawing straight lines accurately using a ruler, bolstering fine motor skills. There are many straight lines in math. Most children can draw a straight line at 24 months old. But when it comes to math, it‘s important to be accurate. We do this by using a ruler. Drawing with a ruler is not very difficult, but connecting two points with a line requires patience and concentration. In these 18 drawing templates, points are connected one after another with a ruler, either traced or drawn independently, to form rotationally symmetrical images. This requires a precise use of a ruler and a clean line using a sharp pencil. This particularly fun work with a ruler helps train fine motor skills. After drawing, the pictures can be colored with any colors using colored pencils

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This resource offers 18 worksheets for tracing or independently drawing rotationally symmetrical images with a ruler. Each template fosters patience, concentration, and a steady hand. Start by selecting a template and printing it out. Follow the guide in the upper right corner to create the image. Use a ruler and pencil to connect the dots. Once connected, let your creativity flow with ordinary colored pencils. The secret lies in the shading technique, which adds a beautiful glow effect. Hold the pencil like a regular one, moving it back and forth or in circles. Light pressure for lighter shades, and stronger pressure for darker tones. Angle the pencil and use the flat side for shading, creating depth in your artwork. You can also lightly erase or apply pencil shavings with your finger for unique effects. Experiment by layering lighter colors over darker ones for a stunning finish. If you wish, cut out your masterpiece, hang it up, and admire the W O W!

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Drawing with Rulers
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Fine-tune your math skills with ruler-based drawing exercises. With this resource, kids practice accuracy using rulers.

Grade Levels
Grade Levels
3rd, 4th , 5th, 6th, 7th
Print Yourself PDF
Print Yourself PDF
26 pages, Instant Download: 1 PDF
Skill Focus
Skill Focus
Artistic & Aesthetic Skills, Math & Logic
Subject Area
Subject Area
Arts, Math
Arts
Arts
Drawing
Popular Themes
Popular Themes
Art Projects for Kids, Math Made Fun
Resource Type
Resource Type
Activities, Worksheets
Math
Math

Drawing with Rulers

Fine-tune your math skills with ruler-based drawing exercises. With this resource, kids practice accuracy using rulers.

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