The past few years, I've tried to do murals with my students...but mainly when it serves my purpose. This usually being those odd weeks during holidays that would throw the flow of my projects way off because the weeks are only 2 or 3 days long. The inspiration for this piece comes from Pinterest...and I've posted it & the links below. I'm still thinking about having some classes create a few more pieces for it, but we'll have to see.
The boarder was created for a print making lesson by Kindergarten using toilet paper rolls.
The sky is a watercolor lesson created by 2nd graders after studying Van Gogh
The houses are greeting card envelopes & collage(I had received a large box of envelopes last year, but wasn't sure what to do with them...I think this worked out well!) The two story one is two envelopes. That was created by my practicum students(the three people in the windows are dead on them!!)
I had one another Kindergarten class do tints to create the snowy landscape. The cars/trucks and trees were created by a second grade class.
Like I said...I really would love to add to this, but we'll have to see if I can find the time before Christmas break.
This is the inspiration piece I found on Pinterest!
It originally comes from Gallery 2404.