We have moved on to step two of our interactive murals, blocking in color. Currently we are using rather large, Prang sidewalk chalk. still, we are going through them rather quickly. Some of the students got the bright idea to mix the chalk with water and turned it into paint. this worked really well for covering large areas.
Next step will be to move to the details. We have smaller chalk pastels for that. Stay tuned!
Art of South B
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