Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Kindergarten art

My son did the greatest art project at school last week. He liked it so much he reproduced it this morning before going to school.
It’s fun and adaptable to all skill ranges. It’s great for practicing the small motor skills important to learning good penmanship.

Large gray piece of paper
Dark marker
Crayons or pencils in many colors

Instruct child to draw lines, squiggly and straight, all over the grey sheet with the dark marker.
Hand child crayons.
Then instruct child to cover all of the gray

My son loves red. So we get shades of red. But some of the girls in his class filled in each shape with a different color, ending with a Picasso like or stained glass affect.

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