On the first day, the art teacher provideth the kindergartners with the black paint and the blank paper, and creation began. And the K's created lines - zigzags, curls, waves, straight and dotted lines. And the K's looked upon their lines and were pleased.
On the second day, the art teacher provided the K's with hues of red, yellow, and blue. And the K's painted, and washed, wiped, and washed their brushes some more. And they looked upon their creations and found they were good.
And in the 25th minute of the second day, a paintbrush was dipped accidentally in both the red and the blue without washing. And then there was purple. And the K's looked with awe upon the purple creation, and other brushes were double-dipped as well. And ochre, and brown, and green were created, and the universe filled with color. And the art teacher and the K's looked upon the colors and were pleased. And there was joy upon all their faces, and happiness in the art room. And the K's sponged the tables and the art room sparkled. And it was good.
On the third day, the art teacher stapled the colorful creations on the bulletin board and looked upon the colorful universe and found it complete.
And passersby looked with awe upon all that had been created. And saw that it was good.
And on the 3rd night, the art teacher rested, and checked email, and watched Survivor, and blogged. And it was good.
My thanks to http://mrspicassosartroom.blogspot.com/2010/10/primary-lines.html for the origins of this lesson idea, and my apologies to the Old Testament.