My third graders have been enjoying learning about the most famous painting in the world, Leonardo DaVinci’s Mona Lisa. I’ve done many different versions of Mona Lisa in past years, including Mini Monas, Cat Monas, and even Giant Monas. We’ve also imagined what Mona Lisa was thinking about and included her thoughts with our artwork. [...]
Archive for December, 2011
Wishing you all a peaceful Christmas holiday!
Mrs. McDonald’s third graders gave me the BEST Christmas gift ever! Each student wrote me a thank you letter and told me about their favorite things to do in the art room. Their letters even included a cute little illustration. I loved reading every letter and learned so much more about my students – what [...]
Mrs. Nienhouse’s Kinders were working on some cute Rudolphs in the art room last week – her young artists were really excited to paint over their white crayon snowflakes and watch the snow magically appear!
First grade artists are creating stacks of patterned presents this week. Oh the excitement of making a big pile of presents for yourself!
First Grade artists have been learning all about color this month – primary colors, rainbow order, and mixing secondary colors. This week we wrapped up with a visit from Warm Wanda and Cool Cal – coloring these critters helped us learn about warm and cool colors. The best part – Wanda and Cal puppets to [...]
Here are the latest Georgetown masterpieces that have been selected for our April 2012 Hudsonville Student Art Show. Congratulations, artists!