Pet Painted Owl Rocks
A cool collaborative global art and writing project. Painted rocks and storytelling. Must do with my art class. Participants paint "monster" rocks and create stories for their monsters, then hide them for others to find. Finders submit stories for the rocks and re-hide them for someone else to find... and so on. http://www.rockthoughts.com/
Turtle rock needs a log. Glue rocks together before painting them, attaching small stone features such as eyes, feet, or beaks to body parts before joining larger parts; attach whiskers and tails after painting. Cement glue makes the strongest bond but should be used only by parents working in a well-ventilated area. Use coffee sticks or pop sticks for support on underside.
The Pigeon Loft: Mr. Pigeon's Pet