Vasco da gama of portugal is a picture book from @talesfortinytravellers series that are written by liz tay in a way to excite children about exploring countries thru national heroes. i guess we have to go to portugal now (:
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Things get pretty big over the wall. 🌿 i’ve been sharing some process vids on stories... full disclaimer — i don’t have much of a process. it can change each time i do a picture! the end goal is always a strong composition, unified colour, and texture so thick you can hang your shirt off it — but often times things change along the way. i use layers, and when working in photoshop i’ll end up with hundreds. @procreate is great in a way: the limitation of having only a few layers (when painting high res) keeps me in check and forces me to make bolder choices and stay ❄️. 👍
Added some level 1 readers to our reading area in preparation for guided reading 📖 prep teachers: have you started guided reading/take home readers yet? or, when will you be starting? 📚 our take home readers and natural spaces playhouse are from @modernteaching 📚📖✨ #gifted#learningthroughplay
3 days ago
The snail and the whale... 🐌🐳 who else loves this julia donaldson and axel scheffler book? 🙋🏻♀️ one of my favourites ❤️
Journey is a book with a difference, in that it is a wordless picture story book. there is certainly a great story to be told and that story will be slightly different for everyone who reads it. head to our website to read our feature, with lots of tips on how to make it fun, with your children.