This is not just another Georgia O'Keeffe lesson. My student teacher wanted to use O'Keeffe & Judy Chicago to introduce this lesson. I was like...Judy Chicago?? I DON'T THINK SO! ha ha A lot of what I know of Judy Chicago isn't the most elementary friendly. To my great surprise...she does have some amazing radial symmetry type flowers that really were a nice addition to what can be kind of an overdone lesson. This is another reason I love having student teachers, they bring new ideas to the mix!!!! Ms. Howell had the students fold their square construction paper in half...then in half again. They started with a center circle..then went out from there. Making sure whatever was done in one square...would be done in the other three. She talked to them about color mixing with oil pastels. Some got it...some not so much. I love the way they turned out! Great job Ms. Howell!!!!!!!!