Scientific art


The kindergartners at Union Elementary are on their second week of creating lion paintings and their roars are deafening. Students discussed where lions live, what they eat and how their roars can be heard for miles and had fun finding Africa on a map and dispelling the rumor that lions love to eat mushrooms and turkey. Students are using warm and neutral colors in their paintings to show the texture of a lion’s mane while learning to use tempera paint.


The kindergartners at Union Elementary are on their second week of creating lion paintings and their roars are deafening. Students discussed where lions live, what they eat and how their roars can be heard for miles and had fun finding Africa on a map and dispelling the rumor that lions love to eat mushrooms and turkey. Students are using warm and neutral colors in their paintings to show the texture of a lion’s mane while learning to use tempera paint.

The kindergartners at Union Elementary are on their second week of creating lion paintings and their roars are deafening. Students discussed where lions live, what they eat and how their roars can be heard for miles and had fun finding Africa on a map and dispelling the rumor that lions love to eat mushrooms and turkey. Students are using warm and neutral colors in their paintings to show the texture of a lion’s mane while learning to use tempera paint.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_IMG_0864.jpgThe kindergartners at Union Elementary are on their second week of creating lion paintings and their roars are deafening. Students discussed where lions live, what they eat and how their roars can be heard for miles and had fun finding Africa on a map and dispelling the rumor that lions love to eat mushrooms and turkey. Students are using warm and neutral colors in their paintings to show the texture of a lion’s mane while learning to use tempera paint.
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