Report on Presentation for Three-year olds

So, I had my chance to do my presentation to the kids this morning. I think it went pretty well! I only had about 10 minutes or so, and I did lots of back and forth with the kids, asking about drawing, what they liked to do, etc. I told them what I like to draw and some of the things I use. I passed around different paper (rough, smooth) so that they could feel them and showed how a crayon looks different on each. And I passed around some printouts of drawings I have done. I think the biggest hit was the daffodils that I brought. I told them how I like to draw flowers and gave them each one to look at up close. We talked about what shapes they saw in the center or in the petals and how that is a good way to draw something - by looking at the shapes you see. And they liked pulling them apart, of course. :) I gave them each a small piece of the rough and smooth papers to take home along with some stickers (of my tulip, daffodil and camel drawings) and a coloring page of the one daffodil drawing so that they could color at home if they want. Overall, not a bad first attempt at presenting to young kids! Thanks again to everyone who offered me such wonderful advice on how to do this. Have a great day! Carol