|It's never been so easy to get the Kindergarteners to raise their hands.|
They all wanted a picture to prove how messy they got in art class!
I have got to show their parents the pics, they won't believe it.
Hardly any got on their clothes! Success!
I am going to share with you a Kindergarten
Here is my favorite version (the scrambled version) it was a little messy to say the least, but I had a great high school helper (a few absent kids brought the class count down so it was manageable.) Here's the inspiration http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=401509 I pretty much STOLE this version it looked like so much fun!
|Here's the inspiration from PICASSO.|
We noticed that both hands were the right hand.
That helped students discover that the flowers were being given instead of held.
Interesting detail in such a simple picture.
|Every Kindergartener got one color and one brush.|
|We talked a lot about how to ask someone to share their paint and trade.|
We even rehearsed it!
HERE'S THE OVER EASY VERSION! CRAYONS, CONSTRUCTION PAPER GLUE STICKS. This is a large bilingual class with no para and many needs.
|WHY DOES BLOGGER INSIST ON PUTTING MY PICTURES SIDEWAYS?|
|SORRY AGAIN, TURN YOUR COMPUTER MONITOR TO SEE THE ARTWORK AS IT WAS INTENDED!|
|HELP! HOW DO YOU ROTATE A PICTURE THAT YOU ALREADY ROTATED IN iPHOTO!|
WORK WITH ME BLOGGER.
So there you have it! Art done 2 ways. Do you modify your projects for each class? Or is this off track? I can't find any way around it where I work!