It's time again for our kindergarten art unit on architecture - so fun! These "blueprints" have become an annual favorite. We started our unit with the book Where We Live, and we looked at examples of architecture in our own city of Atlanta. We saw the modern white forms of the High museum, designed by architect Richard Meier, and drew our own plan for an art museum using combined shapes. This was a great warm-up for our next activity - stamp-print architecture. We use cardboard and other gadgets like marker tops, legos, and sponge shapes to stamp white patterns onto the paper. To take these home, we will make a label band with our building name on it, roll up our "blueprints," just like the architects do, and proudly present them at home!