What do you see?
What do you think?
What do you wonder?
Discuss sensory attributes
If you stepped into this painting what would you see, hear, smell, feel? What makes you say that?
If you could be a character in the painting which one would you be and why? What character would you not want to be and why?
What do you think will happen next?
Let’s recreate the painting by placing ourselves like the characters for a frozen moment.
When we think about Thanksgiving we visualize a bountiful feast, family, pumpkins, and eclectic fall colors found in nature.The still lifes on the tables represent this autumn splendor.
I place red and yellow paint in muffin tins, and let the kinders mix them to make different oranges. I also add in a bit of white, and tiny bit of black. I skip the water all together and have them wipe their brush with a paper towel. Some kinders just want to mix and mix....That is OK! We talk about the shapes of the fall bounty and their placement in relationship to eachother. Kinders paint with large brushes to create their beautiful still lifes.
Creating: Create art that represents natural and constructed environments.
Articulating: Express reasons for creating holiday art
Finding Connections: What colors do we find in autumn
Engaging with the Arts: Explain the process of making art while creating.
Identify the purpose of an art work. Interpret art by identifying subject matter and describing relevant details.
a With guidance, explore and experience music concepts (such as beat and melodic contour ).
b With guidance, generate musical ideas (such as movements or motives).
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We used the wiring for our artful galimotos