The Kindergarten classes have been studying the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. The kindergarteners found out that artists see many things in different ways. We discussed how instead of just seeing squares and lines in his paintings, Piet Mondrian saw a city from the point of view of person flying up in the air. The lines are roads, the larger squares are buildings, and the smaller squares are cars on the road. They then used strips of black paper to make vertical and horizontal roads. We then painted in our buildings using the primary colors, red, yellow, and blue.