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    ZWT7~ Pacific Islands~Kids Forum Gauguin-tic Fruit Challenge

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    Queenofcamping
    Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:49 pm
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    For the Golden Gourmets....
    My daughter Kaylee, 13(will be 14 tomorrow) , drew this picture for the Gauguin-tic Fruit Challenge. She loves to draw and write poetry. Some of my other kids were going to do it also but decided against it. I don't really like to post pictures of my children so unfortunately I will not be putting a picture to go with it.

    Edited to add that she researched and has given me the names of each fruit pictured....Pineapple, Dragon Fruit, Feijoa, Banana, Papaya, Pepino Melon, Rambutan, Rose Apple, Sapodilla, Passion Fruit, and Sweet sop
    Elmotoo
    Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:42 pm
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    For the Emerald City Shakers, I asked my 11 yr old dd to paint for us. We googled Gauguin & she took off running. She assembled all the fruit she could find & went for it! *I* think she should have focused more on the fruit than the landscape but....

    Elmotoo wrote:
    my sweet 11 yr old dd artist set up shop today

    to paint for the Gauguin Challenge


    xo Bethie

    woops even with the flash they're dark. icon_sad.gif


    here's a closeup....on the island is a table with fruit on it. really!


    xo Bethie
    HokiesMom
    Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:24 pm
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    My grandson quickly colored this picture from his Garfield coloring book. I asked him to find a food that would be on an island (like pineapple or coconut) and so he chose this coloring page. He rushed through it because I promised him a smoothie after he finished. Maybe I should have kept that quiet until he took his time.



    I've also included a drawing my 16 yo daughter completed for her Art Portfolio class in HS. She drew the raspberry using colored pencil as the technique. Raspberries were introduced to the Pacific Islands and are not a native fruit but are now a cultivated fruit. She won 1st place in the County Art Show this past spring for this drawing.

    PanNan
    Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:29 pm
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    For the Hot Pink Ladies, I'm posting the picture my grandson, Cole, colored. He enjoyed identifying all the types of fruit and deciding what color they should be. Cole is 3, and was very proud to hold up his picture and have a photo taken of his achievement. He had to go home before the picture was posted on the computer, but asked Nanny to show it to him next time he's over.

    magpie diner
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:43 am
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    Both of my children decided they wanted to use a few colouring sheets of fruit for this activity. You can probably tell which is the 4 year old boy's and which the 7 year old girl's. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif He's into speed, what can I say. My daughter on the other hand looked up exactly what a star fruit looks like before getting started, wanted to get the colour just so. We've got plans to look for a star fruit on our next market trip.

    Photobucket
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:34 am
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    Chef Jean wrote:
    for the



    My 3 year old son Maddock and I worked on our project for 4 days! He has been learning how to use glue and scissors, so we did a lot of coloring with crayons, markers, pencils and paints. I helped him cut out the pictures. Then he painted a canvas and glued the colored pictures of fruit onto the canvas.

    He colored a pineapple, coconut, kiwi, lemon, orange, blueberries, cherries, bananas, mushroom, and fruit basket( I think that's everything!)


    He was very proud of his finished project icon_smile.gif


    THankyou Chef Jean and Maddock icon_biggrin.gif
    Wowsers!...4 days worth of colouring, cutting and pasting!
    Fantastic entry Maddock icon_biggrin.gif
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:38 am
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    MomLuvs6 wrote:


    My sons have completed the ZWT7~ Pacific Islands~Kids Forum Gauguin-tic Fruit Challenge

    My 11 yr old chose to paint his picture with water colors, was not really into it until I told him he could take a picture of it himself. He enjoys taking pictures, so that thrilled him.

    Here is his water color painting and pictures taken by him.


    My 13 yr old enjoys drawing, so he chose to draw a mango with coconut drinks and palm trees. He also took the picture of his drawing.



    ML6 icon_smile.gif


    Thanks MomLuvs6 icon_biggrin.gif Great work boys icon_biggrin.gif
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:41 am
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    Queenofcamping wrote:



    For the Golden Gourmets....
    My daughter Kaylee, 13(will be 14 tomorrow) , drew this picture for the Gauguin-tic Fruit Challenge. She loves to draw and write poetry. Some of my other kids were going to do it also but decided against it. I don't really like to post pictures of my children so unfortunately I will not be putting a picture to go with it.

    Edited to add that she researched and has given me the names of each fruit pictured....Pineapple, Dragon Fruit, Feijoa, Banana, Papaya, Pepino Melon, Rambutan, Rose Apple, Sapodilla, Passion Fruit, and Sweet sop


    Thankyou QueenofCamping and Kaylee icon_biggrin.gif
    Great work Kaylee - your fruit looks amazing- the pineapple looks so lifelike. Wishing you a Happy 14th Birthday icon_biggrin.gif

    (there's no requirement to post a pic of your children- we respect your privacy and totally understand)
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:43 am
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    magpie diner wrote:


    Both of my children decided they wanted to use a few colouring sheets of fruit for this activity. You can probably tell which is the 4 year old boy's and which the 7 year old girl's. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif He's into speed, what can I say. My daughter on the other hand looked up exactly what a star fruit looks like before getting started, wanted to get the colour just so. We've got plans to look for a star fruit on our next market trip.

    Photobucket


    Thankyou MagpieDiner and kids icon_biggrin.gif
    Beautiful work. Starfruit look so good sliced and on the top of a fruit salad yummy.gif
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:47 am
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    Elmotoo wrote:


    For the Emerald City Shakers, I asked my 11 yr old dd to paint for us. We googled Gauguin & she took off running. She assembled all the fruit she could find & went for it! *I* think she should have focused more on the fruit than the landscape but....

    Elmotoo wrote:
    my sweet 11 yr old dd artist set up shop today

    to paint for the Gauguin Challenge


    xo Bethie

    woops even with the flash they're dark. icon_sad.gif


    here's a closeup....on the island is a table with fruit on it. really!


    xo Bethie


    Thankyou icon_biggrin.gif Another great entry- I love that your daughter wanted to enter her very own Gauguin. Great work:D
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:49 am
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    PanNan wrote:
    For the Hot Pink Ladies, I'm posting the picture my grandson, Cole, colored. He enjoyed identifying all the types of fruit and deciding what color they should be. Cole is 3, and was very proud to hold up his picture and have a photo taken of his achievement. He had to go home before the picture was posted on the computer, but asked Nanny to show it to him next time he's over.



    Thankyou PanNan and Cole icon_biggrin.gif
    Great work and he did get all of the colors just right!
    **Jubes**
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:52 am
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    HokiesLady wrote:


    My grandson quickly colored this picture from his Garfield coloring book. I asked him to find a food that would be on an island (like pineapple or coconut) and so he chose this coloring page. He rushed through it because I promised him a smoothie after he finished. Maybe I should have kept that quiet until he took his time.



    I've also included a drawing my 16 yo daughter completed for her Art Portfolio class in HS. She drew the raspberry using colored pencil as the technique. Raspberries were introduced to the Pacific Islands and are not a native fruit but are now a cultivated fruit. She won 1st place in the County Art Show this past spring for this drawing.



    Thanks HokiesLady - you must make a great smoothie as you still managed to have your grandson do great colouring icon_biggrin.gif

    Wow! Wow! Wow!!! Your daughter has amazing talent icon_biggrin.gif
    - her artwork is beautiful- hard to believe it is a drawing and not a photograph. You must be very proud icon_biggrin.gif
    KristinV
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 7:41 am
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    For The Hot Pink Ladies my sisters son has come through with the goods icon_smile.gif No pictures of the little artist but I was offered much explanation!

    He was given a helping hand with the colour of the orange but he had creative license with the colour of the other fruit. He chose black and grey for the bananas because he doesn't like them icon_lol.gif The gold stars were a very important addition to add a little sparkle!

    HokiesMom
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 7:44 am
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    **Jubes** wrote:


    Thanks HokiesLady - you must make a great smoothie as you still managed to have your grandson do great colouring icon_biggrin.gif

    Wow! Wow! Wow!!! Your daughter has amazing talent icon_biggrin.gif
    - her artwork is beautiful- hard to believe it is a drawing and not a photograph. You must be very proud icon_biggrin.gif


    Saying I make a great smoothie sounds better than my grandson being in a snit and not wanting to help me out but wanted his treat! icon_lol.gif

    And yes, I'm so proud of her - she works very hard and cries many tears over her artwork. This piece is 18"x18" and will be framed and hanging in my kitchen very soon! icon_biggrin.gif
    momaphet
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:31 pm
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    This picture was done by my friend's daughter Sabrina. Sabrina would much rather ride her bike, play with her dog Mac, or read a book than do any type of craft - so I really appreciated her willingness make this picture. Sabrina just turned 11 while on vacation in Las Vegas to attend her cousin's wedding - could this have anything to do with the inclusion of cherries or that the fruit are lined up in her picture, hmmmm ?!

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