Day 44 at Home: Lemons and Science Experiments

The nicest thing about backyard fruit is it comes with leaves and stems and makes for fun drawings. Like this lemon.

I caught a school science experiment in action, so here is my people-sketching for the day. That thing I’m calling a pakkad is just kitchen tongs, Indian style. It must take a good bit of thinking for teachers to adapt what they’d do in the lab to what kids can do with what is available at home. And while the physics experiments have gotten decidedly simpler at first glance, there’s so much more creative thinking going into rigging up a setup with simple tools to do the experiment.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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2 Responses to Day 44 at Home: Lemons and Science Experiments

  1. Bernadette says:

    What strikes me most of all is that your sketches and stories are so much better than a photograph. These family images are full of feelings.

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  2. Such ingenuity! Your drawings are marvelous, and I love your use of color!

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