This was such a cool project. I had an excuse to buy beautiful big old jars we used for drawing. Children needed to observe the form, jar’s opening and jar’s bottom. When the form was in place we spoke about the most valuable memory the children could think of. This project was an inspiration from Small hands big art blog (thank you for this valuable and rich idea!).
The hardest thing was to place the memory into the jar making it stand and not float and also what happens with the sky or the colour of the room in the jar’s opening.
I did this project with a group of mostly 6 years old children and with the group of 8+. Very pretty results I would say.