We had such a great time coming up with questions for our friends in Australia! Before we got started we first looked at the self-portraits we received. They are so beautiful! They also helped us guide what kind of questions to ask our new friends.
Making pictures to compliment words was a really good challenge for us. And each picture has it's own history as well! For example, Pranav drew a picture of his family to compliment his question, "What color hair do you have?" Everybody in his picture has black hair because that's what is like in his family! I am guessing the purple figure is the artist.
Let's turn this into a game! Below is what the artists drew. Can you think of what was their question? (some answers are below)
Adripto, "vegetables and fruits."
Pranav, "my family all have black hair."
Miro, "here is a boy who is taller than the house."
Aleksi, "cheese and carrots and watermelon."
Mikael, "there is a tree game."
Raphael, "this is a monster from Espoo."
Miska, "there are people running a race."
Vika, "this is a picture of me."
Pauli, "this is a picture of the game."
Umer, "there are 2 boys playing with space rocks."
We chose to use markers and colored pencils to make our artworks. The colors and medium make such a difference!
We hope you like our questions and we look forward to hearing your response!
Arlene & The Monkeys
The Monkeys from Your School in Espoo, Finland are making and sharing art with K1HT class from Bulli Public School in Bulli, Australia. All artists are 5-6 years old.
Which country are you from?
Are you silly?
How long is your arm?
How do you choose your clothes?
What food do you like?
Which city are you from?
What do you look like?
How fast can you run?
What color are your eyes?
Do you like to play clash clans?
Are you crazy?
How healthy are you?
Are you sleepy?
How long is your hair?
How tall are you?