#2 keep track of your dreams over the week, pick one or several images from your dream and draw / visually record them in any way you want into your sketchbook. If you don't have a dream, draw a past dream or make one up.
#3 imagine you are a bug on a part of your body, draw what that bug would see
#4 using a very unique or strange media that you have never used before, create a piece of art that expresses the intersection between the "real world" and the digital world
#5 find a subject made of many complex shapes (play ground, dinner table chair, heating ducts, etc.), look at it and in your mind simplify it into its basic shapes as if it was only 2D, now notice the negative spaces around it, using a black felt or pencil crayon outline those negative spaces into your sketchbook, using a blue / purple / red felt or pencil crayon colour in the negative spaces
#6 tape sculpture project planning: in your sketchbook, draw the figure and background of the sculpture that your group will place in the community and in the school. In your drawing show the pose of each sculpture and the location they will be in. Draw as much detail as possible. You may use reference photographs to help you.
#7 for the DX Design Competition drawing two 3D sketches in your sketchbook for your chosen design challenge. You can see examples of past winners by clicking Design Competition Info then scroll down and click on Resources.