I used the colored assortment of soft round chalks that come in a box of
144 (not sure of the number, though.) I think Crayola and Prang make them
still. They were what I could afford. I broke them into thirds so they
would go further. I also ordered smaller boxes of soft (white) drawing
chalk, not the hard board chalk. I also got cotton balls for the blending of
Yes, we basically used three shades for the cookie, white, yellow,
brown--and black to make the brown darker.
Speaking of chalk, if you can order a set of the large mural chalk
sticks, their shavings make a very nice "faux" marbling technique that the
kids can use for hand made book covers. If your kids are like mine were,
they could play all day in a pan of water!
Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
Art teacher, K-5, retired
> Interesting. What kind of chalks did you use? I have a few sets of soft
> pastels, but maybe not enough for each student. Did you use roughly three
> shades? Perhaps I can round up some stuff for them to share. They do like
> that involve food, and I would have never even thought of cookies! Great
> Idea! Thanks.