Saturday, September 22, 2012

Cowboy/girl Self-Portraits

What a great start to the new school year!  Since this year the South Hills Theme is Western (Branded for Excellence), these wonderful little kinder cowpokes made self-portraits of themselves as cowboys and cowgirls!
We learned about Self-Portraits, facial proportions, shapes (oval and triangle), and how to use glue sticks!  I'm mighty proud of my little cowboys and cowgirls :)

Sunday, September 16, 2012

How To Draw A Horse

These little equines are most Awesome!

Sweet Face :)

Eatin' and Poopin'

Inventive Music Notes

Tattooed Pony

A day at the beauty parlor.

Easter Pony

A fish, a pig, a bunny, and a horse were playing football...

Alterna Pony

Everybody wants to eat everybody.  Can't we all just get along?

Demon Horse

Shark Face Squished Man

A new breed of zebra faced claw horse

Once upon a time there was a horse who had a chance meeting with a very large, mustachioed, talking, Jalapeno pepper.

Monday, September 10, 2012

How To Draw A Fish

Playing Video Games

Ninja Fish

That little tiny lasso wont work little dude.

Fish poots that killed the sun.

Fish Football

Diva Fish

Fish Badminton (Amazed kids know what that is)

Modern Moby...check out those awesome waves!!!

Mustached Sword Fish

Vomit fish rides

Fire breathing water fish

Fish Artists

Fish can read too!

Fish pac man

Words are hard to come by when one witnesses the greatness of this work.


Double doomed

Saturday, September 1, 2012

How To Draw A Rabbit

We started our daily doodles this week.  I got a lot of creativity!  They must have been storing it all summer long. Oh to have imagination like my students.  Enjoy "How To Draw A Rabbit!"

Rabbit Robbery

Meditating Bunnies

Not sure what's going on here, it seems science fictiony.

Bunny Booster Seat

Line Dancing Rabbits

Olympic Swimming Rabbits

Love how this student used almost the whole page!  YAY!!  The happy carrots are cute too!!

Playing Carrot Poker

This Ain't No Rabbit Rodeo!


Bunny Hawk

Bunny Chainsaw Massacre