Not only did kindergartners get to put their newly learned star making skills to the test on this lovely large scale work featuring stars, snow, and pines; they also learned how to fold and cut papers to make symmetrical shapes. They designed their tree using that fabulous zig zag line that we practiced earlier in the year, touching the fold only at the start and finish of their line. After the trees were cut in the cutting station, the stems were glued on at the gluing station, and kids circulated into the painting station for a little sponge painting action.
Painting, as opposed to drawing a star was a new challenge for Kinder artists and the sky is lit up with a lopsided charm. After attaching their trees, kids dotted on snow with the back end of a pencil. Well done Kindergarten!