Eco-Artists Making Faces

This week, our Eco-Artists met up at Tuttle Forest again. After kicking off with a short story, we headed off into the woods to look for our "art supplies." We regrouped in a sandy clearing to dig in the sand, build forts, write our names, and draw self-portraits. Then we headed to the picnic pavilion to make even more faces out of mud dough (with some googly eyes, pom poms, and feathers thrown in for good measure).

Anyway . . . If "a picture is worth a thousand words," then just take a look for yourself:

We finished our class with a woods walk (as always) then gathered for circle time. We sang a silly song ("Willaby Wallaby") to practice our names, shook hands goodbye, and said "See you next time!"

PSSSSSST!  Next time will be Wednesday, July 5 10-11am at Tuttle Educational State Forest--join us!