|I sent my monster to the North Pole because he is a snow monster.|
|My monster is a blue monster. He is in Paris. |
I hope the rain is over by now. My monsters name is Bluer.
his monster. But until that book is published, my second graders have stepped in with their own conclusions. Students drew a perceived destination and then tore an organic shape to create their own monster. The best part of this lesson for me happens once they write their artist statements to describe their work. Most often they give the monster a name. It's a fun project and I am so delighted with the results this year. I can tell they really put their hearts into these. I'm very proud of their work. The captions under the photos are some of their artist statements. I have posted the lesson play on Artsonia. It can be found here.
|I sent my monster to the desert. His name is Paper.|
|I sent him to New York. I used blue and red.|
|My monster can fly. |
I made my monster in Wacky Town.
It's name is Jacke.