Draw the Missing Half: Insects teaches children the basics of bilateral symmetry, while challenging them to practice math and identify insects. It includes ten insects – a ladybug, a bee, a damselfly, a monarch butterfly, a grasshopper, a moth, an ant, a praying mantis, a stink bug, and a stag beetle.
Draw the Missing Half: Vehicles is very similar to the Insect Pack, but features ten vehicles – a car, a truck, a race car, a bulldozer, a tram, a bicycle, a hot air balloon, an airplane, a rocket, and a UFO.
Draw the Missing Parts: Flowers teaches children the basics of bilateral symmetry AND radial symmetry. It features ten flowers – a tulip, a sunflower, a carnation, an iris, a daisy, a daffodil, a calla lily, a gardenia, a forget-me-not, and an orchid. It includes ten drawing prompts exploring the concept of bilateral symmetry and five drawing prompts exploring the concept of radial symmetry.
Draw the Missing Half: Landmarks pack consists of ten landmarks – The Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Chureito Pagoda, Moai Statues, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Kremlin Tower, the Taj Mahal, the Parthenon, Wat Phra Kaew, and Chichen Itza. There are ten drawing prompts exploring the concept of bilateral symmetry, as well as ten photographs of these landmarks for reference.
How to Use
Draw the missing part to complete the picture! Pay attention to matching colours, drawing correct shapes and counting the correct number of columns, stairs, roofs, etc.
Draw the missing part art prompts are great for developing a variety of skills, such as:
- Understanding symmetry
- Observing shapes
- Matching colours
- Fine motor writing & drawing skills