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Apples

We began the class with a reading of 10 Apples Up On Top by Dr. Seuss. Then we set up red, green, and brown paint and invited the children to use apples cut in half as stamps and create apples trees. It was great seeing how each child decided to use their apple as a stamp. Some chose to put the apple directly in the paint to create mono-colored prints. Others used a paint brush to put the paint on the apple and made multicolored prints. A couple children just enjoyed painting their paper with a brush and/or their hands.