Kindergarten Teacher Joyce, begins to tell the children a story as she introduces the technique of wet on wet painting for their daily activity. The children patiently wait as she also introduces the colors of red and blue. Wet-on-wet watercolor is a dreamy, fluid, mostly formless painting method that allows the children to fully experience color. It is perfect for the process-oriented kindergarten age child who of course has quite the imagination.
This photo captures how focused our children are when painting. As he begins to use the color blue, we can just imagine the story his teacher told him replaying in his mind. With his full attention he is now captivated and captured by "Blue". With smiles on their faces, they have completed wonderful art all their own.
If you are interested or would like to learn more about the Lakota Waldorf School, please feel free to take a look at our website at Lakota Waldorf School. A dear friend of the school also created a fundraising initiative through the internet on our behalf. If you would like to donate and help our school here is the link http://www.gofundme.com/g5n4ig. Also, our school is featured in an article in the Lakota Country Times on who we are and what we do.