Second grade artists learned about the Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky and looked closely at his use of line on his abstract artworks. Then students took a line "for a walk" and created a linear design with a black crayon. We added textures with texture rubbings after deciding upon a cool color or warm color scheme. Then we created a loom for weaving by carefully cutting five slits into our papers. Students began weaving the opposite color scheme into their looms with strips of paper. Using a white crayon, students added texture to a black piece of construction paper, and glued their paper weavings to this to create a frame. Last, students added more lines around the border with oil pastels.