Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Immortal Jellyfish, Watermelon Oceans, and Other Cute Drawings!

Yesterday and today I subbed in my former classroom.  I thought I'd share some sweet drawings done by the a few of the delightful kindergartners and first graders I got to see.  They were "between projects", and with only a half hour, I thought these kids would enjoy a little time to just imagine.  The only rules were NO scribbling and NO blood or weapons.  The pic at the top of the post was a collaboration between two first grade girls.  It is a "good zombie" out to protect people.  One girl made the "zombie" and another made the background, which I believe was a sunset.

 Above, a fast swimmer has flames shooting out to show how fast she is swimming.  On the left is another swimmer, who was wearing a lot of bracelets, which unfortunately went flying off.  All the colorful lines throughout the drawing are the bracelets.

Below, more bracelets.  The girl in the pic is wearing them from her wrists to shoulders!

A lot of the boys in both grades decided to draw trucks, trains, and cars.  The first one below is, according to the 1st grader who drew it, "my truck with my dad's bags of garbage in the back".   I've always been fascinated how boys somehow innately know how to draw vehicles of all sorts.

 The 1st grade boy who drew the pic below told me "I know everything there is to know about arachnids". 

And from a kindergartner, somewhere in the ocean below is an "immortal jellyfish".  I loved the stories behind these little drawings!

 And of course, there are always some rainbows and flowers!!

 And happy pretty girls!

Below, the rainbow colored bottom is a "watermelon ocean", according to the Kindergarten artist!
 And another sweet kinder heart. 
 Below, an owl and birds; both kinder pics were made for Mommy.
 A kindergarten family, below.
I don't recall the kinder story behind this pic below, but I believe it was also a pic of her family.  Favorite colors, perhaps?
 And finally, I'll close with this cool 1st grade dude who was really rocking his hairdo!  Gotta love the commitment of anyone willing to have mom do this to his head every morning. 

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