Following the very exciting Splatter Paint activity, PreK has moved on to talk about how to draw different types of weather. We started off with rain, since it had a slight connection to the Splatter Paint. To make our rainy day pictures, we held our papers up and dripped watered down paint onto them so that it would fall down like rain droplets. Once the paint was dry, we also added cotton ball clouds. Our next project was a drawing of a windy day, followed by a sunny day with a rainbow! Now, we’re talking about how to make some of the animals we see outside on these nice sunny days. So far, we’ve covered how to draw birds and how to make them from Play-Doh. I was thoroughly pleased to see some students making pinch pots as nests for their birds as they waited for me to call out the next step.