Jan. 19th

posted Jan 19, 2017, 11:26 AM by NATHAN CEDERVALL
Kindergarten and 1st grade students created an art project that tied into the important celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Students traced a peace symbol on the paper and colored many different colors around the symbol in many creative ways. The completed projects were awesome.

2nd and 3rd grade students have been mad art scientists. We drew test tubes, beakers and glass cylinders on a piece of paper and then mixed primary (Red,blue,yellow) colored watercolor paints inside them to create the secondary colors (Orange,purple,green). The next class we created a bubble like background using a variety of circles, then we cut out and glued the test tubes and beakers to finish off our successful art experiments. 

4th and 5th grade students have finished the sarcophagus drawings and are moving on to copying the drawings onto lunch bags that will then be painted in and become a 3D version. The students have been very interested in the Egyptian project and some have even taken my advise to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC to see the great Egyptian exhibit that is there.