Their trees need to show space by using foreground, middle ground and background correctly.
The birch trees are a very important part of the Native American culture, especially the Ojibwe tribe. Native Americans use the birch bark to make containers, wigwams and canoes.
The students will be using masking tape to make their trees by ripping off pieces to make the trunk and branches. Once they finish making all their trees they will use watercolors to paint their sky and ground. After the watercolor had dried they will peel off the tape to reveal a white birch tree. Then students will draw black horizontal lines to complete their birch trees.