We recently read Windblown by Édouard Manceau. It's the story of some pieces of paper blown by the wind that many animals, the chicken, the fish, the bird, etc. all believe belong to them. On each page, the children see how these few pieces of paper can be so many different things. After finishing the book, the children were given pieces of paper to cut into the same shapes as in the book. They then decided what they wanted their shapes to "be" and glued them down. They used a black pen to draw in lines and details to finish their unique creations. We love the creatures and objects they came up with!