The second grade class created really fun leave rubbing pictures! We built upon our complementary color knowledge and used crayons and watercolors to create beautiful pictures.
Kindergarteners created fall leaves with tissue paper painted backgrounds. We discussed the colors of fall, the things you get to do in the fall time, and the different parts of leaves. They talked about what the veins in a leaf do to keep it alive and they learned why/how leaves change color in the fall.
*Trace a leaf shape onto paper
*Create the veins of your leaf
*Paint tissue paper squares over top of your leaf
*Cut of the leaf