From natural materials picking to using microscope convertor, our children became investigators zooming into this little gadget to look closer into the plants in our environment.
Following that, they did mark making on the clay using tools such as sticks and twigs to create lines similar to the ones on the leaves. This encouraged them to transfer their observation onto pre-cut paper before coloring using different mediums such as crayons and colour pencils.
Our final episode of this project was drawing a spiral and cutting along the line to create beautiful mobiles for our friends in Mexico!
Nurul'Ain, N2B teacher, and her 3 and 4 year old artists from EtonHouse Bilingual Pre-School in Singapore are making and sharing art with Marianna Diaz and her 4 year old artists in Nursery B at Colegio San Patricio in Monterrey, Mexico.