Brooke’s artwork has continued to bring a smile to my face. One day she came home from school talking about music class. As she was prattling on, she drew the following picture. I was amazed that she knew the f meant to sing loudly and the p meant to be quieter. She even had the crescendo and decrescendo drawn out!
This is a house that she drew. The green triangles are bells. They are attached to the doorknobs by strings so when you open the door, the bell rings:
Occasionally I will find doodles on Brooke’s schoolwork. That’s a seesaw that she drew under her name:
I asked Brooke about the following doodles. She said that in the brown box she was trying to draw Wall-E to show the girl sitting next to her but she ran out of space. The blue rectangle was a game board and the smaller rectangle is the deck of cards to draw from:
What are those scribbles above the R? A roller coaster:
Here’s Dallas coming home from work. That’s a heart above his head:
Here’s Brooke in her bed at night thinking about her best friend, Ania, who we moved away from. Brooke is still deeply mourning that loss:
And finally, Brooke made a robot:
We had parent teacher conferences tonight with Brooke’s kindergarten teacher. Her teacher remarked about how creative Brooke is. I think I definitely agree!