If you haven't read The Very Hungry Caterpillar, then I'm sure after you see these comics inspired by Eric Carle's book, you will want to! The artists from Moonstone Preschool in Philadelphia, USA did a wonderful job! Their friends at The International School of Antwerp will have some summer fun reading to do :).
Naomi Kite and her pre-school artists have been busy looking at their world through their handmade viewfinders. From the looks of their watercolor artworks, I see many happy faces. This must mean only one thing!
I'm sure their friends in Philadelphia will find some common points between their pictures.
Here are some photos of the String Stories from the Pre-K group at Antwerp International School in Belgium!
Naomi, their teacher said, "We are doing a unit on feelings, so I asked the kiddos to think of a time or story that makes them happy and then create their ideas with string."
I think their friends at Moonstone Preschool in USA are going to be super happy with these shiny stories!
For the November Musical Painting Michelle Mullally, Assistant Director at Moonstone Preschool said, "They got so into it. I love seeing how students respond to music while making art."
The pictures speak for themselves :)
Naomi Kite, the Pre K teacher at The International School of Antwerp, and her artists have created beautiful Candy Bags for Halloween!
Naomi said, "They chose lots of lollipops with fantastical figures on them (I think these might be imagined lollipops, no one could exactly tell me if you could buy these in a store) and Belgian chocolates of many varieties. : )"
They will share these with their friends at Moonstone Preschool in Philadelphia, USA.
The International School of Antwerp in Antwerp, Belgium and Moonstone Preschool in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the USA have started their new friendship this fall.
Thank you to their teachers, Naomi Kite, Nebadon Adams, and Michelle Mullally for being such warmhearted spirits that encourage these artists to express themselves so beautifully!
I think these pictures of the Happy Artists in action says it all :)