Marble Paintings and Perspective

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We made these lovely abstract paintings using marbles and a pizza box. A few drops of paint on their paper, two marbles, then shutting the pizza box and shaking at all around is how these masterpieces were created.

Once dried, each student shared what they thought the paintings looked like or reminded them of. We talked about how we all have a different perspective and how we all see things differently.

Source:: Kinder & Grade 1 Blog

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My name is Nora Ibrahim and I am currently teaching Kindergarten at Acadecap International School. I joined Acadecap in 2009 and have been teaching students aged 4-6 since. I can say without a doubt that it is my absolute favourite age group to work with. A Kindergartener's natural sense of wonder, enthusiasm and creativity is like no other. I hope to foster in my students a love of learning that will carry on with them as they grow. Building the foundation for future success is so important and being a part of their journey is so special. Enter into the world of an Acadecap Kindergartener through our class blog!

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