Noah has come to love making tribal masks. He learned about them in art class. He was coloring pictures of them and decided he wanted to make his own tribal masks out of paper. He has done a great job. He glues them to paper because they are smaller than normal masks you wear. I decided I am going to frame them and hang them on the wall. He is really cute when he makes them because he makes idea banks and picks out different eyes and noses and mouths he likes before he chooses which one he wants to use. He’s so great it! He has also started making real masks that he can wear. I need to remember to buy some string for him to put them on. He carefully cuts out the shapes. He is able to cut out eyes without cutting in the paper on the sides. That’s pretty impressive if you ask me. He is such a great artist. We wanted to share a couple masks Noah made. I helped with the cutting because some of the pieces were really small. They were all drawn out for this left handed mama, who can’t cut very well. I am so proud of all he has learned in art this year. He loves to draw and create things out of clay. He also loves to paint. He has moved on from using crayons which is definitely bittersweet for me. He loves colored pencils though. I have a hard time keeping them all together no matter how hard I try. He received Citizen of the Month for April and it was so cool they gave him colored pencils as one of his prizes. I hope you enjoy the masks as much as I do. He worked really hard on them.
|Noah's Tribal Giraffe Mask|