On Monday for Family Home Evening I taught a lesson on the creation. Each of us drew one of the “days” of the creation and then I summarized the story of the creation from Genesis. We tried to explain to Andrew that it was like following a recipe… there were different steps involved. Then we made a list of different features of animals (antlers, hooves, tails, scales, tusks, etc) and we each made our own animal. As you can see, we may be creative, but we can’t draw!
NOTE: You can click on each picture to view a larger version.
This is Lisa’s drawing of a Crocduckphant. It is part elephant (the head), part crocodile (the body and tail) and part duck (the webbed feet).
This was my drawing of a Lirootle. It has the head of a lion, the lower body of a kangaroo and the shell of a turtle.
This is Julia’s drawing of a Schmalopolus. She explains in the drawing what it is made of.
This is Andrea’s drawing of an Underwater Slithermoose. It has the body of a snake, antlers and hooves of a moose, and a fin and tail like a fish.
Wow! We come from such an artistic family!
I think the baboon boobs on Julia’s drawing are my favourite.
Thanks! me too…