There isn’t any snow for us to go outside and build a snowman, so why not build a snowman in the art room? That is exactly what the Kindergarten artists did! Students had a fun class exploring with model magic to create their snowmen. They turned out so cute, and now they can say they [...]
Kindergarten artists created these fireflies in the style of Eric Carle to support our school SPARK project where we raised money to send solar powered lanterns to teachers in Uganda. Each teacher in our building read the story The Lonely Firefly by Eric Carle to introduce SPARK to the students. Kindergarteners learned about Eric Carle’s art and [...]
More pieces have been selected for our upcoming 2011 Student Art Show – check them out! Congratulations artists!
Last week’s snow days off – lovely as they were – have really made a jumble of the art room schedule. I’ve got kids in all different stages of many projects, which makes me a little bit frizzled. So some of my kiddos who are way ahead of the other classes have been doing some [...]
Here are the most recent selections for our upcoming Hudsonville Student Art Show, scheduled for April 25-28, 2011. Keep scrolling, there are a bunch of beautiful pieces! Congratulations, artists!
Kindergarten artists enjoyed creating their own “Magnificent Me” portraits after enjoying The One, The Only Magnificent Me by Dan Haseltine. We drew really, really big ovals with black crayons and then added lots of fun Magnificent Me details – spouting horns, wings, and feathery feathers. Then we (gasp!) painted in our very first art class! [...]
Don’t you just love the wall of owls created by our Kindergarten artists?!
Here are a few more works of art that will be featured in our upcoming April Student Art Show. Congratulations Artists! Third Grade Matisse Collages Second Grade Robot Kindergarten Alphabet Soup
Kindergarten artists are thrilled with their new clay pendants! We have been learning about the art element of texture, and our clay pendants were created using various texture tools to decorate the surface of the clay. And, I must credit a fellow art teacher for this project idea – visit Art With Mr. E – [...]