Ribbit! Monet’s Frogs

Georgetown’s first grade artists recently finished these cute froggies after learning about the work of Claude Monet.  They were inspired by Geraldine Eischner’s book, “Where is the Frog?” and enjoyed looking for Antoinette the frog hiding in Monet’s famous water lily paintings.



First graders created a watery “Monet style” background, then cut out their frog drawings and glued them to their beautiful backgrounds.  The final step was adding a gorgeous water lily flower  – created from model magic with a fancy bead in the center.


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Special thanks to Mrs. Seitz over at Forest Grove’s “Art With Mrs. Seitz” for this project inspiration!