The amazing author, Mo Willems, is hosting drawing sessions through the Kennedy Center and wants to doodle with you! 1. Grab paper and a pencil and doodle with Mo. Be silly and have fun! 2. Go to: https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/lunch-doodles/ 3. Watch the video 4. Tap the add button 5. Tap the camera and take a photo of your doodles. 6: Tap the mic to talk about your drawing - How did Mo Willems help you draw? Why is drawing good for you? 7: Tap the green check to save to your journal. Optional: Create a story with your doodles. You can write it by yourself or see if a family member wants to write it with you.
Encourage your students to try new things in creative ways. Mo Williams purposefully draws simple characters so children can use them as inspiration in their own drawings and storytelling adventures. The Kennedy Center's Website is hosting "Lunch Doodles with Mo Williams". Encourage your students to take time to be silly and enjoy some creative doodle time with Mo: Mo Willems' page: https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems SEL Standard - Self Management - Stress management through art https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/the-thinking-benefits-of-doodling-2016121510844