Color Inquiry: An Invitation to Explore Graduating Shades of Blue to Create Ombré Art (from Antonella Fabbro on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/1VWvFzm6Va/?taken-by=antfabb)

Our colour inquiry led to an interest in shades. An invitation to explore graduating shades of blue to create ombré art.

Sort by color. Just get an old shoe box and make the holes slightly larger than the colored objects. Cover the box with colored paper and clear tape. I inserted dividers inside the box so I could check work upon completion. I bought the cylinders at the dollar spot in Target.

Sort by color. Just get an old shoe box and make the holes slightly larger than the colored objects. Cover the box with colored paper and clear tape. Inserted dividers inside the box. (the cylinders at the dollar spot in Target.

Beautiful invitation to create ≈≈

For School Age Programs! Vic Beautiful invitation to create ≈≈ this would be great to do with famous Jewish artists for religious school!

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. When I first began teaching early childhood education about three decades ago, there were many discussions about the language that we use to name what we do. I rememb…

Invitations, Provocations and Reflective Practice

Exploring black and white paint on black and white water colour paper. An inspiration from the book "The Language of Art" by Ann Pelo.

Wonders in Kindergarten: Our colour mixing journey: "We have skin colour!" Exploring skin shades, tones, and tints by mixing colours that reflect the individuals of our classroom community!

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Science Center: Observational drawing - Adventures in Kindergarten: Discovery Time Great idea to use clipboards for leaf rubbings!

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