The Holiday Cup

Today is the last day in school and the holiday season has officially started. The children of the 5th group (age 8-9) prepared for the occassion: they created festive paper cups that would l o v e to go camping.

They are all different little characters!

Some artists took the Grail approach.

And others seemed to love the material so much they just couldn’t get enough in it. Cups turning the size of pools. Actually, a pool is a perfect Holiday Cup!

This is what I mean with unconditioned expression, a subject I posted about earlier. Children are natural born artists.

About Wilson Tichelaar

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2 Responses to The Holiday Cup

  1. willum says:

    These are so fabulous!
    I see things alike in shops but without the ‘real’ touch to it. And those aren’t cheap.
    Nothing beats a chid’s imagination!

  2. roylcoblog says:

    I love the variation in shape and color! It’s lovely to see children experimenting with different cup styles, choosing to deviate away from any ‘one’ type.

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