Hairy Raindrop

This is the hairy raindrop. The project was simple flower forms for the very youngest students, the threes and fours. We use raindrop shapes often, along with baked potatoes, in our drawings.

I talked about a bud, a flower just starting to open, but the kids only remember the hairy raindrop. Tomorrow I'll have to show them some photos of flower forms. But they will probably just remember the hairy raindrop.

If they remember anything at all. What a long, discouraging school year this has been!

© 2012 Nancy L. Ruder


Kathleen said...

Maybe they'll remember the popcorn snowflake, too!

Kathleen said...

Or maybe it's a popcorn spider?


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