Sometimes when Ms. Crites takes the Art class outside, I get passed around. Other kids take me to the swings because I like to watch the little kids swing. I like a bunch of colors, especially green. I have a bunch of colors on me. My other favorite color is red.
My friend is Chloe. She is a turtle that lives close to the ditch by the Art window. When the kids come in I like to paint and draw. I get to sit on their tables one by one. I like to paint and color. I like it when we go on the little kids playground. There is more to do and it is fun. When I go to the little kid playground with the little kids, some of them take me down the slide. Others spin me round and round on the merry-go-round. We do a bunch of stuff.
My favorite thing to do in the Art room with the kids and Ms. Crites is color with magic crayons, then we paint over them with water. Now it looks like paint. Then, when the day is over I stay in the Art room. Sometimes so I won’t get lonely, they paint other rocks to be my friends. The next day, some kids have Art in the morning and this makes me very happy. It is very fun when the kids come in and sometimes it is too loud and Ms. Crites has to put me away. I am the only thing the kids like because I am colorful and pretty.
My favorite part about art is we get to share our paintings or our ideas. It is very fun. I like art. This is why I am so colorful. Sometimes they hide rocks and we get to go find them. They make new rocks and this is what they find. They don’t use the old rocks. They paint new rocks to hide. Then, all the kids got to go look for the rocks. They stay in the art room by Ms. Crites desk. So the new rocks get to go to the art room and they get to paint and do what I do. Now the new rocks can play on the slide and go round and round on the merry go round.
To be continued…
RockzArt (GSD29) is part of a series of monster rocks created by students of Gideon School District in Missouri. We invite you to visit all GSD rocks and submit your comments and feedback, it will be much appreciated.
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