As a part of the final exam in art, students drew doodle bombs to express what they learned with details and examples of the concepts. They had to select at least two concepts they thought were the most important. Looks like students came up with much more...
Since I was off to ArtPrize last Friday, I did not get to see students Doodle Bombs from last week until today. Last week students were asked to use the doodle bomb to answer the question "Who are you?" As you can see, students used symbols and words all doodled together to do just that. As a result, I now know a little more about my students and you can see the full list on our gallery.
What do you get when you give kids a topic, a sheet of paper and a pencil, and tell them to show that idea exploding across the page in doodles? A Doodle Bomb, of course.
Here are some of the pieces students turned in today, after having five minutes each day this week to draw out the answer to " What is Art?"
You can see the others on our Artsonia page.
I made one, too - and had a BLAST doing so (get it, blast...).
We will start a new on on Monday!
Teaching Visual Arts since 2004 and making images since picking up a crayon.