Students at Biralee International School made art projects all week from recycled materials. Pam was in charge of supervising the construction of a life-size polar bear. She didn't know what she was doing, but the bear turned out awesome. She and the kids built a wooden frame, covered it with chicken wire they shaped with pliers, and then covered it with paper maché. At the end of the week they had an art show. Their projects were fun and hilarious. Check out her fine work, and the work of others below.
|Flower vines made from old blue plastic booties|
|Orphaned gloves from the lost-and-found become funny animals|
|Pam's polar bear|
|Robots and hats were some of the other projects|