Eye of the Dragon : Art Lesson Plan

Eye of the Dragon : Art Lesson Plan

It can be used by 3rd through 12th grade Homeschool students.

Includes PDF and 30 pages

I am pleased to share this drawing project using coloured pencil crayons. The Eye of the Dragon!


  • This program is for students from Grades 3 to 8.


  • Drawing

Language for visuals:

  • The student will learn to create color gradients.


  • Coloured pencil crayons
  • White cardboard 8 x6 inches
  • Lead pencil

The following information is contained in this document:

  • Instructions: 2 Pages
  • An introduction game that uses images.
  • Photo explanations: 15 pages
  • Six images to inspire:
  • Rubric for evaluation.
  • The chronomatic circle.
  • Learn how to colour-gradate with guided exercises

It takes approximately 6 times

There are 13 steps that you can take to create the Eye of the Dragon.

Enjoy your creativity!

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Students loved drawing a dragon’s eye. They had an amazing time and this project proved to be very popular. It was amazing to see how each student’s dragon eyes looked different.

It was very enjoyable for me and my students. It was even tested a couple of times by my students to ensure it was right! They engaged throughout the entire time.


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