Calico Kitten Painting Project as a Tool for Teaching About Diversity

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Calico Kitten Painting Project as a Tool for Teaching About Diversity

Calico Kitten Painting Project as a Tool for Teaching About Diversity

The Children's Garden Primary School did a fun painting activity themed for calico kittens! The activity inspired the children to discuss how even though calico cats can look different they can still be brothers and sisters. This led to further talking about how even though we might all look different, we are all brothers and sisters here on planet Earth. It was fun creating cute kittens too!

Making adorable kittens

The children used pieces of scrap paper that they cut into the shapes of cats' heads, torsos, and legs. The, everything was glued together. After the glue dried, the kids made some adorable calico kittens with their watercolor paints! Here are some more kittens that were made:

It was wonderful to learn about diversity via such a fun art project!

Source for photos: The Children's Garden Primary School

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Calico Kitten Painting Project as a Tool for Teaching About Diversity
August 30, 2021
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