Combine art, history, and even a little geography with this FREE Guided Drawing: Famous Explorers unit! Kids can learn about 10 famous explorers while feeding their artistic side with these fun activities.
In this fun FREE Guided Drawing: Famous Explorers unit, your students will start by reading a summary of the life and journeys of the featured famous explorer. Next, they’ll practice their artistic skills using one or both of the drawing activities that follow. They can choose to draw half the explorer’s portrait on a grid to complete a picture or draw the entire portrait on a blank grid. There’s even a review unit at the end that you can use to test comprehension, and an answer key is included.
Your kids will get to explore the lives of these famous explorers:
- Jim Bridger
- Jacques Cartier
- Samuel de Champlain
- John Charles Frémont
- Henry Hudson
- Zebulon Pike
- Sir Walter Raleigh
- La Salle
- John Smith
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