This lesson started out with the book titled Harold and the Purple crayon. I used this story to show how line can be made in many different ways and that lines create shapes. The students then received a "pet line", which is a piece of soft wire that they can bend into different types of line and shape. We looked at examples of different types of line and they tried to mimick them with their pet line. The students then practiced drawing different types of line. For the next part of the lesson, we discussed how Wassily Kandinsky claimed that he could see different types of line, shape and color while listening to music. I showed them pictures of his work and we tried to figure out what the music he was listening to sounded like based off of what we saw in his paintings. I then challenged them to paint songs from the Fantasia soundtrack using different types of line, shape, and color.