Today the students made flextangles. It is a fun but challenging activity.
Watch the video below to see how to make them.
Click below for a template from Babble Dabble Do to make your own Zentangle
What did you think about making flextangles?
In Reader’s Workshops we are learning about different perspectives.
We read and talked about
Little Red Riding Hood – alternative perspective. It’s written from the perspective of the wolf and we decided there wasn’t really any villain in his version of the story!
Today 6K were given a small piece of a picture to take and complete the drawing. They needed to show their perspective of what they thought was in the rest of the picture.
Here are some of the results.
Here are the original pictures:
We noticed that everyone had different ideas about the same picture. This shows that we all think differently. 🙂
How do you feel about this?
How does this effect our everyday lives?
Click on newspaper to enlarge.
Click on the link below to view the drawings
– 6S Drawing blog
Milla shared her drawing book with the class and we convinced her to share some of her drawings on our blog. Milla chose the drawing on the left as her favourite and the class voted for the second picture to be displayed, my favourite is the one with the mirror. I look forward to Milla sharing more of her drawings with the class.
What do you think of Milla’s Drawings?
Blayze loves to draw in his spare time. Here are some of his best drawings.
Believe it or not Blayze doesn’t think he is any good at drawing.
Milla and I think his drawings are incredible, what do you think?