For the past few weekends I had been working on a food truck for Lunchbox Philly. Lots of people came up to talk to me about the truck wanting to know about it. The food truck serves different variations of gourmet peanut butter and jelly! mmmm! The truck will be in West Philly and North Philly, as far as I know. Check them out on social media...@LunchboxPhilly Below are some process photos to finish. Enjoy!
For those of you who don't know, I am certified in Art Education, and I am currently teaching my second session of Saturday Arts Lab at The University of the Arts starting tomorrow. I teach the "Imagination Discovery" class, which has mostly kindergarteners, some 1st graders, and a smattering of 2nd graders in it. I love the title of this class because it gives me the freedom to make it a little more science-oriented if I want to, which is GREAT! I had a blast last session and I am really looking forward to starting up again this session.
I made this worksheet, which you can download (above). The file is 8.5x11 so it fits on standard copier paper. The reason it says 3d is because with MY kids, we don't mix with paint in this lesson, but instead model magic. You could also use just regular play-dough or whatever. You give your students only red, yellow, and blue clay and then they mix their wheel and glue the (small) pieces of different colors to their wheels. The kids LOVE this assignment because it is very tactile.
It also is a good first assignment because you can learn the kids names quickly (hence the name at the top of the paper...) and also you can assess their gluing skills!
The words for the colors are also grayed out because I like to practice penmanship by having the students trace the words with the appropriate color marker. Pics to come!
After we do the lesson, I read one of my favorite kids books illustrated and written by Ul de Rico called "The Rainbow Goblins." All of the illustrations are oil paintings and the kids really like them, even though the language is a little advanced (I'd put it more around 4th-5th grade, really.)