Todd parr

Explore the world of Todd Parr through his colorful and heartwarming books. Discover uplifting stories and vibrant illustrations that will inspire and entertain readers of all ages.
Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Self Portrait Mural Inspired by Todd Parr, Part 1

Hey, y'all! I just had to share with you a project that we are about half way through: A big ole self-portrait mural inspired by the artist and author Todd Parr! It's a school-wide effort but currently only my kindergarten through 2nd grade students are finished. Once my 3rd and 4th grade kiddos complete their self-portraits, I'll add them to the mural and be sure to share the finished product with y'all. This unit of study has not only involved creating a colorful self-portrait but also…

Andrea Jewett
The Feelings Book book by Todd Parr

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Catherin Cardona Uribe
Author Spotlight: Todd Parr Reading, Pre K, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood, Art, Childrens Books, Family Books, Author Studies, Author Spotlight

I was first introduced to the books of Todd Parr several years ago when I received The Earth Book as a gift. Since then, I just keep discovering more and more of his gems. Not only do I love the bright illustrations, but I adore the way that he can take heavy/serious topics (peace, being different, etc.) and make them approachable for students. Some of my favourites: The Earth Book - My first and favourite! The Peace Book - Takes a general concept, and puts it into words that students…

Love to Learn
Inquiry over iPads: Todd Parr Inspired Self Portraits Art, Pre K, Elementary Art, Portrait, Preschool Art, Teaching Ideas, Class Art Projects, First Grade Classroom, Teaching Art

I just completed a little art project with our Grade 1 students using Adobe Ideas iPad App. After reading a few Todd Parr books, Ms Krause's class decided they wanted to draw some Todd Parr self portraits. To get the look we wanted we decided that Adobe Ideas, a free drawing app, would be the best bet. First, we drew the outline using the black pencil tool: Then we coloured in the parts of the face by holding finger down within each defined area. By holding the finger down it recognizes that…

Lidia Pidsosny