For Easter, in his Easter sack (I didn't bother with baskets this year), Jordan got a paint by numbers kit. It was great because after church today it rained. So he spent the whole afternoon painting. I wasn't sure how he would do, but as it turns out he did a great job! (Great cheap gift idea for future reference...)
Jordan has a couple of drawings he wanted to share with you. The first one is his bear. I thought he did a good job on it.
The second one is of a Zebear. A Zebear is his fictitious animal he had to create for school. I thought you might like to read his essay on what exactly a zebear is, so I'm posting it too. He was proud of the project because he got a perfect score.
Although I like writing about real animals, making your own is really cool. My animal is a zebear. My animal lives in the forest and in the forest it is warm. My animal defends itself by blending in with the trees. Also it kicks. If he wants food he stomps on his food like mice or rats. Sometimes he'll swim to catch fish with his sharp teeth. He drinks water also. He can run fast because of his long legs. He communicates by snarling and growling. that's what my
Not to be outdone by her younger brother, Kayla had a few art pieces, herself. Above, is a picture she drew while watching the new Star Wars cartoons with her young cousins, during Christmas break and below is her tiger. She borrowed her brother's new art book. I wonder if he knew that?!