2nd Graders learned about Pennsylvania artist Alexander Calder and his mobiles. Calder invented mobiles and the students learned that he loved to use primary and secondary colors in his hanging metal sculptures.
The students artwork was based on Calders mobiles. They drew 3 loopy lines and colored in the 3 biggest loops with primary color Payons.
The smaller loops were made into secondary colors by mixing 2 primary colors together. When painted with water, Payons turn into bright watercolors!