The other day, I was chatting with B's preschool teacher, and she was talking about how you can sometimes see aspects of a kid's personality in their art work. She mentioned that, if given paint and a blank peice of paper, kids who are more reserved will keep their work well inside the boudaries of the page, and will tend to keep things a little more structured. On the flip side, kids who are risk-takers tend to paint all the way to, and past, the edges of the paper, and will really fill the paper with paint.
Then, the kids were at Atrium the very next day, and came home with these paintings...
B painted this:
M, on the other hand, painted this:
Um...wow. Please, people, leave me a comment and tell me how this is going to play out in the high school years!!!