I can not believe how fast this school year flew! I literally did a double take at my calendar when I seen how little time I had left for my remaining art lessons. On a sadder note, my phone with all my glorious pictures of beautiful student work, has ceased to work. I am terribly sad because I had some beautiful pictures to share with you all. However, all is not lost because I take photos regularly and have already accumulated a good amount on my new phone to show you what has been going on in the art room.
Before we left for Pesach Break, I had begun a Bug Unit with my younger kiddos. I have a love/hate relationship with bugs. I love their designs and patterns and I think they’re pretty cool creatures, but I HATE when they crawl on me….oooof! I’m getting the Heebie Jeebies just thinking about it. Anyways, the kids loved them. They started by designing their own insects. Then they selected their favorite insect and painted it large. They also created a styrofoam print of the insect and made insect prints. I think they turned out so cool. I personally would matte and frame these! Here is the lesson/process of how we made the print.
And here are some of our Kiddo’s results.
Even if the print didn’t come out clear every time, the art was still very beautiful.
The next project on our list for kindergarten is creating 3-D paper mache bugs.
I am expecting them to be pretty rad…