These relief prints were done recently over a few weeks by grade 2 and 3 students. Students began by drawing a design featuring a piece of fruit. Their design was drawn with permanent marker onto a piece of polystyrene printing foam. The outline of the picture and anything they wanted to remain white were then carved into the foam using a pencil. We then made three prints on paper using yellow ink. The following session I asked students to carve their foam block by drawing into the area they wanted to remain yellow. We then printed with red ink over the top of our yellow prints and the following session we eliminated the red areas from our foam block and printed with blue ink. This was a pretty complicated process for the kids to understand, but they got the hang of it through the process of doing. I think their prints are amazing for such young students and they look just as good as lino prints.