Thinking about pajamas as we gradually progress with our pajama exploration with relevance to the school wide project and our own Rainey Room B collective.
What are pajamas?
What about Jordan? The Making of a Portrait
We had not yet traced Jordan's figure to create is portrait. So that is what we did to finish up our day! The collaborative efforts along with the attention to color, detail, and the human body, as both self and other relative to identity and empathy, will help support group cohesion, drawing development, and the above mentioned pajama project in conjunction with the aforementioned attributes: collaboration, identity, and empathy.
The children acknowledge that Jordan had a blue shirt, black pants, and brown skin but somehow the colors got mixed up. So we persevere.
Although accuracy of color on Jordan's portrait was not evident, this was not the case with the children's investment to the project. This was definitely visible!
A Conversation for Another Time...
LUCIA: "How to touch the sky?" (asking Sylvie)
LUCIA: "How about a giant ladder?"
SYLVIE: Hey... We can make a tree house!
SYLVIE: Then we'll have a rope ladder to climb up into the tree.