Our color study has come to a close, and children put the final touches on their work last week! Children signed their name under their painting, came up with unique names for their colors and shared a story about their final painting. Friends looked at the Pantone book (for kids) for support if they needed help naming their colors.
With the leftover cups of paint, friends worked together on collaborative paintings at the easel, and at the table during Service! Children were excited to try out the special colors their friends made.
Avery: We can paint with our friends special colors? Wow!
Last Thursday, Capital City hosted it’s 1st Annual Pre-K to 12th grade Art Exhibition, titled In Forced Proximity. 16 Pre-K students had art work displayed at the opening and shared their work with family and friends. It was wonderful to watch children share their art work with pride, as it took a lot of courage to explain art work to adults and older students. Looking forward to the tradition of this at Capital City!