Emma’s Pre-K Artwork

Throughout the school year, Emma brings home SO much artwork!  I love every bit of it!   It amazes me how much work teachers go to to create such fun projects.   I struggle with what to do with all of it.  My current system is that I hang up some of Emma and my favorites on the art line in our hallway and on the refrigerator throughout the school year.  She loves showing off her artwork to family and friends!  I put the rest of it in a big pink tub.  All summer I have been needing to go through it but just got around to it this week… I decided I better empty the tub before she begins to bring home Kindergarten artwork this year!

The picture below is about 1/3 of the pieces of work she brought home this year!!  These were some of my favorites.  After taking these pictures, I put my absolute favorites in an art portfolio to keep forever.

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This was one of her first “home” projects- a family pennant.  They put their last names on it and then put family pictures, stickers, etc. to describe their family.  These were displayed in their room for the entire school year. The little paper plate was a “mirror” that they made during the “All About Me” Unit.

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All of the artwork coordinated with the Unit/theme they were working on that week.  These are some from the “Barnyard Animals” Unit.

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Emma LOVES patterns.  Here are some of her “ABAB” patterns…

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These pieces are all from the “Nursery Rhymes” Unit.

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These cars were made during the “Vehicles” Unit.

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Snowman made during the “Winter” Unit.  I really love that the started writing the words on the pictures.

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Butterfly during the “Spring” Unit.

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Practicing the letters of her name…

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More Spring animals

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“Bear in a Square”

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“Cat in the Hat” during Dr. Seuss’s Birthday week!

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Emma’s self portrait at the beginning of the year. :)

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