Students will use the black marker to draw an outline of themselves. They may make it a silhouette of themselves, or choose a different shape. The teacher should create an example for students to understand. Adapt this step to meet the needs of your students.
Students can use the coloring materials to fill in the outline. Some students may use multiple colors, some may mix and layer colors, and some may use one color. Students are creating a representation of themselves and should be given the freedom to do so in whatever way they would like.
When children are finished inventing their inside colors, they should have the opportunity to share their creations with another student. Pair the students up and instruct them to compare, contrast, and compliment their partner’s creation.
Observe and assess children while comparing and contrasting their inside color creations. Were they respectful? Did they understand that it is alright to be different? Did they have reactions that you expected?
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