This was another art activity inspired by a famous book, “Are you blue dog’s friend?” by George Rodrigue. It was a directed drawing activity and the kids just amazed me with the beautiful renditions of the dog.
All of these were preliminary sketches made before the tiger painting. It was such a wonderful experience studying these tigers and I learnt enough to find out the white tiger poster at Singapore Zoo actually was 2 different photos of the same tiger photoshopped together.
Preliminary Sketches made for the oil painting of the wolf.
A few animal sketches from my sketch book…
Well, a Zorse is the hybrid of a zebra and a horse. I’d never seen one.
The emus were created using the oil pastel scratch art technique.
Preschooler Emu Project:
Here’s a fun lesson inspired by Eric Carle’s “Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?” book and made with painted paper.