Lizzy had this great idea of giving the kids rice (that had food coloring on it), separated into cups (yellow rice, blue/green rice, red/pink rice), a sheet of white paper and a container of glue. The kids loved the project! First, LC drew with the Elmer's pourable glue, then she sprinkled the colorful rice onto the paper. We shook the paper and the rice that wasn't stuck on glue fell off...and there you go, picture above of the final work.
Another fun project...a small collage, using glue sticks and various pre-cut papers, thin foam and also feathers. This gave LC an opportunity to feel different textures and explore layering of the materials. LC always loves working with different colors.
A photo of LC's work in progress below...of another fun project. Lizzy gave us drawings of gumball machines. The children had fun mixing primary colored paints on a plate...to form new colors...then brushing the colors onto circle stickers and placing the stickers on the drawings, like gumballs inside the machine. Lizzy gave a nice demonstration and lesson about mixing colors.