Each Kindergartener looked at three flower pictures to start the class. They picked two of the three to draw. As a whole class, we drew each flower one at a time. If a student didn't pick the flower I was drawing at the time, they waited patiently for me to get to their next flower. The students did an awesome job of listening to the instructions and we ended up with some awesome painting. After the drawing, the students painted the sky with watercolor, and the flowers with tempera paint. In their regular ed. classroom, the students were learning about roots, so I decided to show an above ground and below ground view. The roots are colored with crayons, and the dirt painted with brown watercolor. I love how different they all are!