A classroom favorite for many years running is a book called , The Opposite by Tom MacRae.
This class was no exception. It sparked a great conversation about every day things that have an opposite.
The children seemed so enthusiastic about this subject that we thought making opposite drawings would be a fun thing to do. They picked something and it's opposite to draw. This isn't always an easy task and it's interesting to watch the thought process that happens when faced with this task. "How do you draw up and down?"
They came out pretty cool. They're hanging in between the studio and our work room if you want to take a look.