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Shannon Kooistra
Shannon Kooistra • 2 years ago

kindergarten irises1. turn paper vertical 2. fold down the center/crease, then open 3. name on back 4. draw overlapping leaves 5. color w/ shades of greens and yellow. blend. crayon. 6. dab purple, white (and blue..but i was out) tempera on one side of the fold (be a crazy control freak and give a clear demo of where to dab) 7. fold over and rub to transfer to create symmetry. like an ink blob 8. open. 9. let dry 10. when dry, add a stem w/ green crayon 11. add more yellows and gree...

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  • Danelle Nutter

    When artwork all looks the same, it is not creative.

  • Jen Welle

    Sometimes, creativity may not be the focus of the lesson.

  • Jan Wegge Schlick

    Agreed. They learned and then they tried. I take it this is elementary or next up, and they did a fine job.

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