brunchcity

For today’s Phun Phriday post, I encourage you to look at the series of art by Andrea G. Portoles and Bea Crespo called, “brunchcity.”  These enchanting food and drink sculptures caught my eye this week, probably because I  just read Iggy Peck, Architect to my 2nd graders and the main character makes the St. Louis Arch using pancakes and coconut pie.

I usually strive to keep my Phun Phriday posts free and clear of lesson plan suggestions, but wouldn’t it be fun to see the “brunchcity” ideas your students might come up with for your specific geographic location?

By the way, if you should happen to show these pics to students, I would steer clear of the Dublin example, even though most elementary school students probably can’t identify Guinness unless it’s a book about world records 🙂

Beijing by Andrea Portoles and Bea Crespo
Beijing by Andrea Portoles and Bea Crespo
New York by Andrea Portoles and Bea Crespo
New York by Andrea Portoles and Bea Crespo
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