Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Kindergarten is going buggy!

We had the last art show of the year tonight, and it was kindergarten's turn. I figured since all of the students are starting to get antsy, we should make some bugs. They had a blast, and the parents were very pleased. Even the teachers have been commenting about the bright and cheerful pests (I of course mean the art bugs, not the children!) We created the bugs by folding a 9x12 piece of paper in half, and the the students picked three colors to add to their paper, making sure that they picked colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel. Once we added the tempera paint we re-folded the papers and then opened them to dry. The next class time we cut out around the paint, and then added heads, legs, and wiggle eyes. My older students were so jealous!

5 comments:

Mr. E said...

Super Cute!!!

Paintedpaper said...

How adorable!!! Love all the color! :)

Miss said...

Holy smokes- that display is AH-MAZING!!! Did you create that yourself? the bugs are super cute as well!

Ms. Rachel said...

Love this! I want to do this with my kids. What were the specifics?

K Hyman said...

A new twist on those Symmetry butterflies. I love these. Look for some on my blog come spring.

Kim