The 5th Grade made these Peter Max flags. Oh, I love them so!
Now, will the real Peter Max, please stand up?
Who doesn’t love Peter Max?
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Color is everywhere.
Talk about Peter Max, of course.
Then, tape a small triangle to a large triangle.
(Awesome kid below)
Once the rectangle is in place, start painting.
I encouraged the kids to put a base coat of paint on and then, come back and put details. Also, I suggested that they blend tints and shades on the artwork.
The second week of class, the kids painted a flag on the artwork. Some kids wanted to get rulers. I said, “Sorry kids, we are free-styling these flags.”
Once the red, white, and blue was down, we used a stamp and a spouncer to create the stars.
Feeling happy just looking at these fun flags!
“R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A.” by John Mellencamp