News from the LP Art Room

Welcome to
Livingston Park Elementary School's
Art Education page!
 All LP students, grades K-5, receive art instruction each week for a 40 minute art lesson.  What types of things are students learning about in art class? Young artists are introduced to the elements and principles of art through hands-on, multicultural activities and resources. Art skills and techniques are practiced through the grade levels while students explore various creative challenges. Creative endeavors include, but are not limited to, drawing, painting, collage, and 3-D projects. Developmentally, children flourish with such creative opportunities while learning how to express themselves, communicate visually and interpret the world around them.  Art provides a flexible forum for children to think critically while problem-solving, building self-esteem and discovering more about the world around them.
  Helpful Tips to Know:
* Please keep in mind which day of the week your child attends art class and have him dress appropriately for working with potentially messy art materials.
* All Livingston Park students, grades K-5 earn grades in Art. Kindergarten is graded starting second marking period only. Please see the report card for indicators and discuss expectations with your child.
*The month of March is officially Youth Art Month! While art and creativity are important year round, please take time to show appreciation for your child's creative efforts. Also, please check out the school showcase and other areas where student work is exhibited.
Feel free to contact me, Jennifer Peppe, at LP via telephone at 732.289.3300 ext. 34326 or via email at
Subpages (1): Art Fun for Kids