Triangles- the cone on the steps at the water park.
Circles- the patterns on the bar where we shared a (virgin) strawberry daiquiri the first day.
More circles- in the pattern of the carpet in the Windjammer restaurant, carpet that I would have never noticed if he didn't photograph it!
A new-found love for strawberry soft serve ice cream cones, available to hungry boys all afternoon!
-Ask them to find and photograph a certain number of objects that are a particular color or shape—like 10 red objects or 12 square objects.
-For a more advanced game, ask them to photograph concepts like "love" or "warmth." You'll be amazed at how well children can communicate these abstract concepts through a photo.
-Once the photo fun is done, it's fun to sit with your students to talk about their photos. It's an enjoyable and creative way to see the world through his or her eyes.
-Encourage your children to tell stories and talk about their photos. You can ask questions like:
-Which one is his/her favorite photo?
-What color or object would he/she like to photograph next time?
-What order would your child put the photos in?