Posts Tagged by Eraser
|April 6, 2013||Posted by Cristy under Third Grade|
Janae’s evokes a spinning effect. Those dot and line shapes in the large blue fields give just the right bit of texture.
|April 5, 2013||Posted by Cristy under Third Grade|
Isn’t Cora’s fun to look at? I love how that white shape looks so fern-like.
|April 4, 2013||Posted by Cristy under Third Grade, Uncategorized|
I have such good rotational designs I’m devoting this entire week to showcasing them. Here’s Allison’s. I love the use of the white space, and that fabulous little red shape that makes the central design.
|April 3, 2013||Posted by Cristy under Third Grade|
Here’s another amazing eraser stamp print. Love the way Alena nailed that difficult rotation pattern.
|April 1, 2013||Posted by Cristy under Third Grade|
Third graders stretch their brains to the maximum with this exercise in rotational symmetry. A 1″x1″ eraser is carved in a pattern and students experiment with color combinations using waterbased markers as ink. Next a four tile rotation pattern is stamped, and that section of four is then repeated three more times for the 4×4 pattern you see here. I adapted this project from a high school lesson, which makes these beautiful and difficult patterns that much more impressive. Wouldn’t this look great on fabric? Or maybe a tile floor?