Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Young Photographers: Roseland Through Their Eyes

Photography is a wonderful activity especially for young children. On, this particular occasion I implored the children to really “see” their surroundings and take note of their environment. After discussing some picture-taking tips, I asked each child to take at least 3 photos of the environment and 3 photos of anything they found interesting.

I wanted the children to know that they have the power to make their environment look better or worse through their actions. However, for this lesson to become real, they had to pause and see the impact humans have on the environment. In this case, they were able to see their environment through their pictures.

*Note: This activity took place around the same time we talked about pollution so several of the pictures are of litter.

Chrystalin W. (3rd,4th, and 5th Grade Teacher)




1 comments:

Janet Morrison

This is awesome!! Can you save the pictures on a jump drive and let me load them on my computer? There are some with really good composition! I love to see budding photographers! ...and what a way to inspire them to "see" our community in a new light!