Collaborative Art @ Kester

When students came out to their garden class they were divided into two groups. One group looked from worms in the vermiculture bin, learning their importance and about the home they live in. The othe group took the field, observing the garden with magnifying glasses and then drawing what they saw. Halfway through class the groups switch and the result was beautiful. The students were not asked to take their art but instead leave it and have the next student add to their art, making some great collaborative art!

Observation and Drawing

Observation and Drawing

Wiggly worms

Wiggly Worms

Collaborative Art!

Collaborative Art!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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