June 8, 2022 | Nathan Johnson
Way back in the Fall, the children experimented with color combinations in paint, creating a beautiful color combinations…
We used these masterpieces to create a beautiful color wall. Other artists – even big kids – have referred to all year to help them remember how to mix colors.
But we have so many left over sheets of color! What did we do with them?
We asked them to rip them up!
The children ripped up their beautiful paintings, making scrap piles of our beautiful colors. The children were not hesitant to rip up their work, in fact they did so gleefully!
What should we do with our scraps? We looked for inspiration — Then the children noticed that their drawings were all of flowers. Could we do the same thing with paper?
Here is the answer!
When we asked the children where in the classroom we should display their work, they were insistent that we put it up in the hallway for everyone to see. We found perfect spot — in the welcome display!
Here are some other places that flowers are popping up in our classroom…
The Trees Class is surrounding themselves with Springtime in so many ways.