Sunday, April 26, 2015

Piet Mondrian---part two

I love cardboard boxes.  Large cardboard boxes allow students to work and create together.  These projects work on communicating with others, sharing ideas, sharing space and it's fun.

For Piet Mondrian, I covered a large piece of cardboard with white paper.
During center time, a small group of students were interested in participating.  They indicated where they wanted the black lines (teacher assistance was required).  Black electrical tape was added.  Students chose a color and were allowed to choose three spaces.  I placed a small marker dot inside to remind them where to paint.

We will have rulers, yardsticks and more for students to be Mondrian this week!
Large group work---

At the easel---
In the art center---
Be inspired and creative with your child today!

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