As part of our Food Day program, Sun Dog Art Studios led an anti-soda art project at the junior high. Each student made a “monster” out of a soda can in thirty minutes using construction paper, puffy paint, scissors, straws and pipe cleaners. Teal and Tomy, the founders and art teachers of Sun Dog, were a delight to work with, and I highly recommend them to any school or organization in San Diego County.
Sun Dog made these samples with information on soda consumption which they left with us to incorporate into our displays.
Librarian Colleen allowed us to hang half of the collection behind the checkout counter at the Julian Library the next day. The collection will stay up through the end of November.
I hung the other half at the Wolf Den, the junior high multipurpose room.
Stay tuned for more wonderful reports from Food Day 2015…..
I have NEVER been a soda drinker!!! Enjoyed the anti soda art project. Love, mom
You know, I never realized that, but you’re right—I rarely see you with a soda! Good for you! I never drink it anymore except for an occasional root beer at Habit Burger!
Great way to learn! I actually just did a post on being soda free. I used to drink a 2 liter of soda a day and have been soda free for a year and almost 7 months. http://wp.me/p6rBEH-6j
Good for you! I used to love a Coke or two a week, but I went off sodas about three years ago—now I only indulge in an occasional artisan rootbeer! Can’t even drink Coke—-
Learning has never been more fun…..dad
Puffy paint makes everything fun!