Drawing a bunny


We drew bunnies right after Easter weekend. I had a basket with plush toys for inspiration. We agreed to draw long ears and colorful Easter eggs. As usual, kids worked in small groups for as long as they were interested. The featured painting was done by a three year old girl. That day she came . . . → Read More: Drawing a bunny

Painting Dogs


Now it was time to paint dogs. I did a few pencil sketches to show how different the dogs could be and was amazed how far more different and colorful they came out! For this lesson we used tempera blocks. Just a reminder for parents, the youngsters do not need to use pencils. Let them . . . → Read More: Painting Dogs

Brass kettle


Let’s fantasize about a brass kettle! It has a beautiful color and shape. Kids painted the kettle adding any details they’d like. This is the kettle I’ve just bought in the Value Village

Drawing raccoons


Raccoons, raccoons. Everybody was free in choosing colors but has to paint a striped tale and black spots around the raccoon’s eyes.

Paint a fish and make a wish


While it’s snowing outside, we hope for the best and paint gold fishes. I miss those who is sick today. Try to find the fishes painted by mature artists older than 5.

Painting a bird's house


Today we were discussing the Groundhog day. Kids were excited about the early spring, besides today was an exceptionally warm day. We decided to design a bird’s house and draw a bird near it. Everyone wanted to make the most bright and cheerful house that attracts the prettiest bird.

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Folk art cat painting


Today in the kindergarten we painted cats in folk art style. Cats were drawn with permanent markers and painted with tempera. Kids had a complete freedom in choosing colors and creating designs. Everybody is from 3 to 5 and one very talented girl is already six years old, guess where is her work.

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