Hi all…here’s a look back at some fun projects that I didn’t get a chance to share with you this past fall.
Kindergarten Mr. Mondrians!
Giant Georgetown Turkey. Gobble Gobble.
Kinders – puttin’ a little glaze on their clay tree ornaments.
Fourth Grade Calder sculptures
What’s coming up in 2017? Grades 2-5 are really, really, really excited to start their clay projects when we return from break. Kinders and Firsties will be learning about color and doing some interesting color experiments and projects. And everyone will be exploring this year’s Cultural Focus: Africa.
In the meantime….
See you soon!
Before winter arrives…two more fall projects from G-Town first and second graders. Both classes focused on the art element of LINE as they created turkeys and trees.
First Grade Fall Trees – firsties worked on their cutting and glueing skills while creating their trees. Bonus – a little painting, a favorite in the first grade crowd.
Second Grade Line Turkeys – gotta love the knobby little turkey knees.
See more turkeys and trees at our ARTSONIA on-line art gallery HERE.
Georgetown’s Artists wish you a very happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy time with friends and family – we have so much to be thankful for!
First Grade Texture Turkeys
Just in time for Thanksgiving….second grade artists have been reviewing line and pattern as they created these funky turkeys. Gobble gobble!