|a great intro to architecture and housing|
Kindergarteners learned about different kinds of architecture, and who an architect is in the community. We used stamp printing techniques to create the geometric shapes that make up a building.
Legos, marker tops, cardboard scraps, sponge shapes and cardboard tubes were dipped in white paint and stamped on blue paper, creating "blueprints." Although this project is a little messy, the results are so worth it!
|stamping lines with cardboard|
|adding flags with a triangle sponge|
I love these.(and the play on words, too!!)ReplyDelete
Adorable! I may steal this for a hands-on activity at my art show. :)ReplyDelete
Such a great idea! Love how it looks in simple blue and white. The lego blocks make such great stamps!ReplyDelete
Love it, love it! The prints are lovely, and so bold for one color only. I love the idea of calling them blueprints. Bravo!ReplyDelete
This is so unique, thank you for sharing!! I'm definitely going to do this with my kindergarteners.ReplyDelete
Superb!!! I'm doing it tomorrow with my K-2 art students!ReplyDelete