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Creative Thinking Prompt: Turning Numbers into Cartoon Art

Creative Thinking Prompt: Turning Numbers into Cartoon Art

Pick a category such as robots, fish, trees, cars, breakfast, etc. Next starting with the number one (1), create a cartoon character for each number, 1–5. Make sure your number is “hidden”.

Think Deeper: Combine numbers to create animals.

Visit this webpage for tutorial and inspiration to transform numbers into animals:

http://www.drawinghowtodraw.com/stepbystepdrawinglessons/tag/number-drawing/

Learning Extensions:

Watch these brief videos that easily show how to turn numbers into cartoon birds:

How to turn Numbers 1-5 into the cartoon birds step by step

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOsZ4994Bmw

 How to turn Numbers 6-9 into the cartoon birds step by step

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FntooBiqbYs

Wonderfall

Wonderfall”

In Wonderfall readers discover how a tree changes through the four seasons. Author/illustrator Michael Hall’s creative free-verse poems substitute the word fall for the suffix –ful to show each change. Colorful illustrations depict each new word.

Event + fall = Eventfall

Force + fall = Forcefall

The back of the book provides additional information about the animals featured in the book as well as the relationship between squirrels, acorns, and trees can be found.

This book promotes creative, inventive, combination, different perspective, and originality.

TITLE: Wonderfall

AUTHOR: Michael Hall

ILLUSTRATOR: Michael Hall

PUBLISHER: Harper Collins Children’s Books, 2016

AGE GROUP: 4-6

CREATIVE COMPONENTS: creative, inventive, combination, different perspective, originality

LEARNING EXTENSIONS:

1) Close your eyes. What do you imagine when you hear the word Fall? Open your eyes and jot down words describing what you imagined. Remember to use your five senses. Write a free verse poem about Fall. A free verse poem does not follow any rhyming patterns or meters.

Here is a website that shows how to write a free verse:

https://www.poetry4kids.com/news/how-to-write-a-free-verse-poem/

2) Pick 5 words that end with suffix –ful. Change them into –fall words like author Michael Hall did in his story and draw what each word would look like. Example: colorful -> colorfall What does Colorfall look like?

EXTENDING CONNECTIONS:

To learn more about author/illustrator Michael Hall, visit:

http://www.michaelhallstudio.com

http://www.michaelhallstudio.com/pages/books/wonderfall/video.html

Creative Thinking Prompt: Out of This World Tasty Galaxy

Creative Thinking Prompt: Out of This World Tasty Galaxy

Ever wondered what a galaxy might taste like? Dessert makers have.

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Creative Thinking Prompt: Out of This World Tasty Galaxy

Make a list of 25 different foods. They may not be just desserts. From your list pick five that seem unusual or weird to you. How might you pair a galaxy with those foods? From there, choose one galaxy food. Sketch out what it would look like. List the ingredients and steps it would take to make your food. If you have permission, try making your galaxy food. And don’t forget to name it!

EXTENDED LEARNING

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To learn how to make and decorate galaxy cookies, visit:

http://www.sweetambs.com/tutorial/galaxy-cookies/