We spent some time exploring and tasting real apples in my classroom and of course, we just had to make an apple tree. Our apple tree may seem a little abstract but the process was fun and interesting and achievable by new little ones.
To give our students time to explore the process of mixing colors and a color wheel, we invited our students to explore water color mixing on a paper towel!
All through out the year, I give my students lots of opportunities for exploring concepts such as color mixing but along with the freedom to explore, I will often take the time to sit down with my students and walk through a concept. This lesson in color mixing is an example of such a time...
A beginning exploration in the world of art with this fun and very open ended form of squeeze art.
Come and see why real life experiences are an important part of the learning experience both at home and in the preschool classroom!
Our children love to create fold-over paintings. So it was no surprise that they all really enjoyed making these beautiful butterfly fold-overs to decorate our classroom.
A child's name is very special and this simple watercolor activity turned out to be a fun and colorful way for our students to focus on the letters in their name.
Painting up bright and beautiful flowers with a water bottle and a fork! A super simple and yet amazing way to put a little spring on the art wall!
To continue our celebration of Earth day we created Earth-inspired pour painted rocks!
Our children created some rockin' drawings out of just a few simple materials.