"I'm going to fly over the whole school!" Lily
Some children worked silently, while others narrated their work.
Cape - Let's see, what do I need the most. All tiny things. A red leaf. The light doesn't shine through the wood (small wood buttons).
Cate joins and starts using small materials like Cape did.
Cape - I think the design is goo that Cate is making.
Cate - (Using yellow buttons). Yellow is my favorite color. Look at this orangey color. (As she layers other tissue pieces) An orange pinky color!
Bea - These (gold balls) look cool in the rings. This has 100 eyes.
Lily - Mine is kind of like outside. It has flowers and hula hoops.
Lucas - (Referring to some of the layering) I have some things hiding under there.
Fall Colors, Continued
Children worked with pastels today, primarily exploring the ways pastels blend and create new shades. Here's some of the things they noticed as they worked.
Bea - It mises together.
Finlay - It becomes invisible!
Bea - it becomes like silver.
Wilder - Look, it's disappearing!
Bea - Can I show you what happens? (Bea comes to Lily and demonstrates what happens.). The colors don't disappear, they mix together.
Jordan - What happens if you add more color?
Lily - It adds more layers.
Bea - I can make new colors!
You'll hear a lot more about friendship during Rainey Room's Classroom Stories presentation tomorrow night!
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