zaterdag 13 februari 2010

Tulips; spring is coming!

By Shanti, 11 years old
You need:
  1. a bunch of tulips
  2. drawing paper A4 size
  3. white oil pastels
  4. water paint
  5. brushes
  6. jar with water
  7. coloured paper for background
  8. glue
What does a tulip look like? What can you tell about the stem and the leaves? What do the petals look like? Give every group a vase with some tulips. The children have to draw a horizon line first about a third from the bottom of the sheet, the lawn. In this lawn tulips has to be drawn, using white oil pastels. Look carefully at the tulips in the vase. The tulips must overlap and do not stand in a tight line. Colour the flowers with water paint. The oil pastel will resist the paint, so the white lines remain. Paint the lawn and the air also. Paste the work after drying on a coloured background.

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