When I got to Your School I was so happy to hear that another magical package from Moonstone Preschool in USA had arrived!! We opened it and pondered over the amazing questions the Full Moon artists posed to us. In short, YES! We like Halloween too!!
For this next project, Weaving Environments, we thought about how the art technique can support the idea symbolically, but also practically. Since the aim of this month's project was to make a book cover, we first talked about the title of our story. How do we unanimously decide on something when there are so many of us? For example, when our friend wants to play a different game from you, how do we come to a peaceful conclusion? The Tigers had so many lovely ideas such as take turns. Seeing that we are such a big group, we thought to take a vote, which is something the Tigers do in the classroom too.
Here are the many different ideas that the Tigers came up for the title of their story.
This was the first time the Tigers had a go at weaving. They all did an amazing job taking their time and making sure that they are going under and over when needed. They got very good at seeing where things need to be corrected, which is a big part when one is weaving. The artists could choose if they wanted to write the title 'Ladybugs' or draw ladybugs on the book cover.
I am so proud of them and they are of themselves, which is the most important part!!
We hope the Full Moons like our patterns, weavings, and book covers!
Arlene, The Tigers, Iveta, and Atefeh
The Tigers from Your School Espoo, Finland are making and sharing with the Full Moons from Moonstone Preschool in Philadelphia, USA. Both groups are 4-5 years old.