Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Clowning around

This lesson was borrowed from deepspacesparkle, another wonderful art teacher blog. First graders learned a little about clowns and clowning around... (so did I!)
And then they all designed their own individual clowns. The following week, they painted them and the last week they cut them out and mounted them on construction paper. All loved this project and we had many giggles and laughs when they were all displayed side by side in the front of the room!

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