Friday, April 4, 2014

Wayne Theibaud Milkshakes

Who doesn't love Wayne Thiebaud?  We started the lesson by watching a couple short youtube clips about the artist and a montage of his dessert artworks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAHuOkhvAhg 
The kids were literally cheering!  That is the kind of excitement you want, when you are starting a lesson.  I chose to do a tribute to Thiebaud's milkshake art.  Here is what my 2nd graders came up with. 
I think I need to make a visit to Dairy Queen, I suddenly have a sweet tooth!!






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  1. Glad to see my video was useful to you. Check my version of Wayne Theibaud with K-2 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7jyLzBb8tQ

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    1. YES, thank you! It was perfect, short, and nice calm music!! You've got a lot, I will have to spend some time looking through your archives. Youtube has become a good friend of mine, thanks to folks like you!! Blessings!

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    1. We actually used construction paper crayons, and red oil pastel for the cherry, since there isn't a true red in the construction paper crayons.

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