Second Grade students studied the artist Wassily Kandinsky for inspiration to create a twist on our usual paper weavings. First, we "took a line for a walk" and drew a combination line with black crayon. Then we added texture by rubbing texture plates with crayons; students had to choose a warm color scheme or cool color scheme. Students added watercolor the next class, and we cut slits into the paper and wove the opposite color scheme colored paper strips into the paper, using the basic tabby weave. As a last step, we added texture to a black piece of paper to create a frame for our finished weaving.