Tonight I hung 18 Cat in the Hats in the hall. I am proud to note, not one of them looked the same as another. Yes, we all started with a white circle, but several haven’t yet achieved perfect cutting skills. The rectangles for the hat were all the same pre-cut size, but the jaunty tilt to several, show their placement skills. Oh my! Those red horizontal stripes! The spatial abilities are….developing!
Did you know if you color a square and then cut from corner to corner you can get a circle? No? Me either! Still, the noses are adorable. The black whiskers were supposed to be near the nose, I guess that cat has a beard!
I thought the names would go on the background paper, but when Zach decided to print his name on the brim of the hat his classmates followed his superior leadership abilities. Dang, they can all now write their names clearly!Yes, I hung these after the art maven next door went home. I love the individual art, not the teacher hand over the student hand she insists on. I won’t apologize I love KID art.