Creative little ones ages 2-5 joined me today at the OKCMOA to create bright beautiful flowers inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe.
First we looked at some examples from the books I brought with me.
We started by cutting one BIG flower and glued it down on white paper.
Cut or tear details like leaves and glue them down. We cut one more smaller flower and place it in the center.
Next crumple small bits of tissue paper and glue to the center of the flower. Add more details with crayons, torn or cut paper to make it special!
Finish by gluing the entire piece on top of a larger piece of construction paper to create a colorful mat.
You will need:
-Construction paper (we used Spectra Fadeless art paper)
Here are some of our creations!
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