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Line Printing January 16, 2013

Filed under: projects — alaplante @ 3:43 pm
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Line printing is so simple and basic, but it’s amazing how captivating it can be!  Kindergarteners were given cardboard and black paint, and had the freedom to create anything they wanted.  The range of subjects included:  cities and buildings, flowers, stars, trains, letters, trees, animals, robots, as well as abstract designs.  This exploration day was an important warm up to our snowflake and symmetry lesson coming up.

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One Response to “Line Printing”

  1. […] line printing with cardboard.  Symmetry and patterns were the focus for each unique snowflake.  This experimental lesson was the warm up for snowflake printing.  The prints will be on display at 159 Thorndike St. until […]


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