are creating more beautiful works of art! Below is a glimpse of what
each grade level is learning about.
Kindergarten- Students listened to the stort, Mister Seahorse by Eric
Carle and are creating painted paper which they will turn into a
First- It's Clay Day! Classes used a slab of clay to create an owl.
After being fired in the kiln, color will be added using oils pastels
and a black paint wash.
Second- Students are drawing still life's inspired by the artist Paul
Cezanne. They will paint their still life's using tempera paint.
In the Art room
Students are hard at work creating some beautiful projects!
Kindergarten- Students are using shapes to draw, cut out and glue together a winter Cardinal.
First Grade- After reading the book, Owl Babies, students are creating their own owl baby depicting both visual and tactile texture.
Second Grade- The story, Ernest doesn't fit was
read to the class. Students used paint to create a winter background.
Next, they are creating a moose using shapes and line.
Third Grade- The famous artwork, The Great Wave
by Hokusai was discussed and students are completing a painting of their
own drawing of The Great Wave!
Fourth Grade- Students were taught how to use
lines and shapes to draw a realistic cardinal with a tree background and
have begun painting their designs.
Fifth Grade- It's Clay Day! Classes are using
hand building techniques to create their own container inspired by the
glass artist, Dale Chihuly.