Sunset Cityscape

This is a project that lets even the very young make a bold and colorful image. I found it on the Artsonia.com website.
1. I gave the students a letter-size watercolor paper, and liquid watercolors. I found it helpful to have at least five color choices so that the background could have lots of variety. The students are to paint about 1" wide stripes from left to right until the paper is filled with color.
2. While the paint is drying, give the students long sections of black construction paper that they can easily cut down into buildings. Encourage different rooftops for variety.
3. Give the students long stripes of yellow paper that they can easily cut into window shapes. Those windows are then glued to the buildings.
4. Lastly, the buildings are glued to the painted paper.
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