Linda and I spent some time with Richard, who is now in overall charge of the astronomy equipment and the sketching contest in Nyamabuga Primary/Secondary School in Uganda, where we have been sending equipment/materials and training teachers. Richard was excited about his first sketches, of which I asked to take two of them to scan and show this forum. If you care to comment, I will cut and paste comments into a document and send them back to him along with his original sketches. Why all this? No power, internet, or normal communications with a little village like this in a rural area of Uganda. Nevertheless, he is hooked: wants to sketch and observe and teach others to do the same.
His first sketches were of the moon under typically cloudy conditions. He used a basic format page that we provided. Because the weather is often not very good, we encourage them to sketch anyway if anything can be seen since it teaches them to make the best observation possible and get practice. He did just that.
His second sketch will be in a reply to this post.