My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish
BOAB TREES ON Blue Art Print
An original ink and acrylic painting on canvas / March 2012 Size is 100 x 75 cms . We saw a multitude of these strange but wonderful trees when travelling through the Kimberleys in the scorching heat of November .....not so romantic at the time !! • Millions of unique designs by independent artists. Find your thing.
Helen Keller Elementary Art Show!
5th grade clay fish display The kids used construction paper crayons to color their clay, then I painted them with India Ink to create this Batik look! Thanks to Sarah for sharing this technique at our last art meeting! There was art in the gym on these giant boards and 3-D work on tables. There was also art on boards throughout the school. 2 grade penguin display! Got many complements! Love this shot of the kiddos pointing out their work! Clay table Another board with 1st, 5th and 3rd grade…
The Echidna and the Shade Tree
The boy's had lots of fun making Echidna's with playdough and craft match sticks. Playdough is always a great opportunity to develop fine motor skills. I love giving the boy's different tools to paint with, so painting spikes on an Echidna seemed the perfect opportunity to use cotton buds. Master 4 drew himself an Echidna after reading the story and then used a cotton tip to create spikes. I didn't have any brown paint so we used some of my foundation!! I'm all about using whatever you can…