Here are some robot illustrations i made especially for 2 little boys that i teach. They are obsessed! If you would like to print them for your lessons…go ahead! The kids have a great time imagining what to put in the drawers & filling in the alphabet or numbers where ive left gaps.
The pre-school i teach at gives a summer show every year. The boss asked if Edward (the other English teacher) and i could put on an English play with the 4 year olds. We chose the kid’s favourite story…”The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle. We had 25 children be the 15 fruit & 10 junk food from the book. I made their masks, which they painted themselves, and Ed made the hungry caterpillar marionette-puppet thing, that ate the kids to the tune of some funny music. The kids thought it was great fun, and kept running away from Ed. Poor guy had to run like the wind!
At the end, when the caterpillar eats all the food and gets fat, he sleeps in his cocoon and emerges a beautiful butterfly. Little Mariza was the 26th kid, so we gave her wings to flutter, and all the children ran around in a circle with her. Much fun and a big success! Thank goodness its over.
Summer is here at last, and all the kids i give private English lessons to have slowly taken off to the islands for their holidays. I’ve got 1 week left before i leave too, and 4 more days to hand in my first animation for a big TV station to use as a teaser for a new TV show! It’s all very hectic. So i’m taking a break and am posting all my little kid’s masterpieces that we did together in July. From clay octopuses, to pop up butterflies…you name it. I hope they are actually learning a bit of English instead of just how to make amazing stuff?!?!
It’s Easter season and all my kiddies want to make Easter crafts. I haven’t taken many pictures but here’s a little of what they’ve all done. Randomly, Lydia wanted to make a guitar…not very Easter-y, but who cares!