CREATION STATION: CATCHING SNOWFLAKES ON YOUR TONGUE SELF-PORTRAIT
This is an incredibly cute idea for a wintery self-portrait with a few different ways to approach it – you could do oil pastel drawings, as pictured above, or use coloured construction paper to cut out and glue all the different parts of each child’s features and winter gear. The square teeth look especially fun from this angle!
- Construction paper
- Oil pastels
- Ask kids to think about what they would look like with their heads tilted back and tongues out, catching snowflakes as they fall. What does their hair look like? What direction does their nose point in? How would they draw their scarf or coat?
- Ask kids to draw themselves from this angle, using a reference like the example above. Don’t forget the snowflake that landed on their tongue!