And to think they are all in 5th or 6th grade now. I like how they all show their own individuality, especially in your 3rd photo. Would their personalities be recognizable today as similar? Those 2 “outside the box” on the far right intrigue me, and little Mr. Big-head Sideways-kun (or is that Chibi Maruko no Yamada-kun?). It’s great that the school encouraged their students that way. It might be about time for the artwork in your top photo to get some of this, though.It looks like you really caught the atmosphere of the place!
You heve found a interesting source of futere artists. I hope the'll not end up as taggers...I'll post something alike tomorrow.
I hadn’t thought of that VP. The pre-school has encouraged its students to paint on walls! Let’s hope that if the students continue that practice they will create fine-art murals rather than graffiti.
That is so cute! I'm sure the students, who are much older now, still smile when they see their artwork on the walls.
They are very talented! My son used to do this when he was growing up and now he is a graphic designer.
oh! the drawings look so innocent, i love it! ^0^
aloha kaori,this is very sweet, i also visited your hula blog and i love it and made a comment on your recent post...beautiful story :)
Makes one glad to see that they are all smiling. Wishing you a Wednesday just alike.daily athens
Thank you for all the comments! I'm glad you like the drawings. I get a big smile on my face when imagining how much fun the kids had decorating the wall ;DTall Gary, VP, I hope they use their skills for something other than illegal graffiti, too! But hearing about Lois' son, I think they may have a very promising future!Hope everyone has a reason to smile today!
What a great idea! Children drawings are so beautiful!
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