Ragnar: I’m working very hard. I like this tool, I like that it’s curving. This is filled in. We need a new one. I’m making a tool thing.
Charlton: Why is there a pen here?
Ford: I want to draw with my finger.
Charlton: We are only using the stylus. I’m just going to wait.
Ford: It’s fun to watch. I need more tools. This one looks like a paint brush.
While the children produced a myriad of digital drawings, we've chosen a few to sample here below. The blue is the beginning of a drawing by Ramsey that he was interested in returning to tomorrow, Emma drew the bottom left one and the upper right one, and the remaining three were done by Ford and Ragnar. Each child was able to find a pen-type, a color, and a fill size that matched their need. Ragnar even went to far as to explore some line blurring and erasing features in his design.
Elsewhere in the classroom children explored a variety of clay, watercolor, and discussion provocations, all of which will be featured in the coming days (or at classroom stories!).