Kids gotta learn when not to ask questions.
You have seen Eli’s dinosaurs. It’s time you saw his writing about dinosaurs!
A question that combines finance, economics and material science requires an answer with finesse. Don’t you agree?
I am sure we have all done this before…
Bob the Builder = Inspiration
Today, Tanner declared his old ways of depicting a tire incorrect, and proceeded to draw this. He started with a rectangle. When his dad said that a tire was supposed to be round, he replied, “You just watch.”
Tanner discovered a way to make this Hummers look more realistic and has been practicing to get it right. I have to say that this looks pretty close to a real one. Any more realistic and this thing will be moving!
It is amazing what kids can come up with when they find a box used for carrying grocery items at Costco in the garage. A little of water color and marker, and, VOILA, I feel like going on a road trip before the summer ends already.
These kids are obsessed with Squishmallows!
Look! Tanner and Duncan are learning how to draw spheres and the proper technique for shading. We will continue to showcase what they are learning here. Keep up the good work!