The artwork was incredible. We enjoyed each and every room. The teachers and kids are so incredibly creative and talented.
The Gelede Headdresses were really creative. Honestly, each display was more impressive than the next.
Diane's class made flying machines.
Each child in Diane's class studied an artist and then displayed a poster with some of their art. Diane was excited to choose her Great Aunt Carla as her favorite artist. I am not sure who was more excited Diane or Carla! Diane learned that she and Carla have a lot in common. They both love dogs, cats and birds. They both love pink, purple and aqua.
But wait, Diane's class did something even cooler. They replicated Lascaux Cave. Imagine having an actual cave in your classroom. The kids each made paintings and the paintings were hung up inside, on top of, and all around the cave. It was so much fun walking into a cave in your Kindergarten classroom. This is something Diane will never forget.
I have so many more pictures to post and no time to do it. This blog post has been sitting open on my computer for about 10 hours now. I keep sitting down and adding one more thing, then getting busy with something else. I live-tweeted many other photos on Twitter #spiralnight. Here are a few more of my favorite displays!