Have you ever really looked at the color of the sky? You might think “the sky is blue”, but just like the fourth and fifith graders learned reading “SKY COLOR” by Peter H. Reynolds. It isn’t always blue. “Sky Color” taught us we don’t always have to use the first color we think of. Students took to the paint and made their own sky, in all sorts of colors, but NO BLUE! Then they drew a self-portrait to fly through their fantastic skies!