Here is a story called “Louise Loves Art” it is obviously about a girl named Louise, but guess what? She actually has a little brother named Art! Does Louise love her brother, or does she love making artistic creations? Listen to this story to find out.
Artists are usually keen observers of the world. To play, Kakooma, you have to really look for the sum of the other two numbers in the puzzle. You can play online or download the directions and a worksheet.
Louise says, “So little time, so much to draw!” She is working on her masterpiece. Speaking of masterpieces, do you want to learn about some famous artists? Find out more by watching this BrainPOP Jr.
Get your hands ready to do some artwork! Follow Mr. Catman and see if you can do the Brainercise, Swirly Fingers.
Kelly Light, the author of “Louise Loves Art”, will teach you how to draw the cat from the story.
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