Chagall Inspired Dreaming in Grade Two

Back by popular demand, I decided to do the Chagall inspired dreaming project again with my second grade class this year. This time the kids did their drawings on 12×18 paper which meant more space!  To see the lesson outline for this project you can go here to read my old post.

It’s amazing how kids love to talk about their dreams. Even better when they are given the chance to illustrate some of their dreams.

Everyone had fun and these turned out quite lovely, don’t you think?

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One thought on “Chagall Inspired Dreaming in Grade Two

  1. I love the Chagall inspired work! Always one of my favorite artists and the picture of the girl “floating” in the red dress really captures his work.

    Great job!

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