- Cristi Wuenschel
Art in France Ideas for Preschoolers
Updated: Jul 19, 2022
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Our theme this week from Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time) is Art in France and more specifically texture in art.
We learned about the Eiffel tower and looked at a video of the Louver Museum. Today's lesson is Pointillism and the art piece is George Seurat's painting Sunday in the Park.
We had a great time making our own pointillism books using cotton swabs and paint. They said that painting with dots feels very different than painting with big strokes of a brush.
The next day, we made circle spirals out of paper plates and we decorated them with a variety of different shapes!
Another favorite this week from Experience Preschool was learning about Monet’s flowers.
We recreated his famous painting, we also glued strips of blue and red paper to the shape of France.
Lastly, we traced the shapes of nature items because he is known for his nature paintings.
Not only have the children enjoyed exploring famous artists, but they've also had a wonderful time practicing fine motor skills while making their own versions of the famous painting we've learned about.
Don't forget to check back next week as we wrap up our art studio theme from Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time).