Pencil

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PENCIL. An instrument made of plumbago, black lead, red chalk, or other suitable substance, for writing without ink.
     2. It has been holden that a will written with a pencil, could riot, on this account, be annulled. 1 Phillim. R. 1; 2 Phillim. 173.

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Each day, I give students verbal reminders about the importance of showing both value change and texture with their colored pencils.
The main positive reinforcements used included (1) being responsible for the colored pencils set during the project, (2) additional media center time to work on his project independently when he had completed his other class assignments, and (3) being selected and continuing as a student media center assistant.
Raynelle changed colored pencils as she made her notations and explained to the counselor, "I think the colors look like what I remember.
Once the final designs were completed in pencil, I explained to the students that they would be using painted acetate and colored pencil to complete their projects.
The 36-inch by 72-inch hand-drawn colored pencil murals will be on display in the Champion Club at Target Field.
Mike Pease, whose newest colored pencil landscapes are on display at the Alder Gallery in Coburg, nearly quit making art four years ago when he realized he didn't need the money anymore.
Garver was so impressed with the work that she moved Chatham up to colored pencils for her second piece.
Require additions or corrections to be made with the colored pencil.
CHICAGO -- Break out the crayons, colored pencils, paintbrushes -- and fruits and vegetables
After the first chapters on materials, tools and reference photography, the book is broken up into six parts: The uses of traditional colored pencils, layering, burnishing and underpainting are followed by sections on water-soluble colored pencils, demonstrations and combined techniques.
Other teachers asked for wood rulers, colored pencils, glue sticks and writing journals.
There are some things I still can't laugh about, though, like when one class kept breaking colored pencils.