Thursday, October 12, 2017

Sculptures Inspired by African Myth by Grade K

We read the African myth "Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky" by Elphistone Dayrell.  Students created three sculptures inspired by the story; a moon, a sun and a fish.  Lastly, they decorated a small bag to look like the decorated African homes we saw in the illustrations of the myth.  As well as being fabulous works of art, the bags are also a handy way to transport their sculptures home!

Pattern Necklaces by Grade 1

First graders sculpted a textured pendant and beads in many shapes.  They then strung the necklaces making sure they were the same on both sides (symmetrical!)

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Upcycle Art !

Our upcycled bottle-cap artwork is complete.  Check out all the unique ideas created by students at all different grade levels below!

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

We are "Building A Better World" here in the art room by up-cycling all of these bottle caps into art for our beginning-of-the-year lesson.  Thanks to Bula Jean's Boutique ( for a HUGE cap donation.
(We still need more plastic caps, boxes located in the office and outside the art room).

Monday, August 7, 2017

Bottle Cap Collection!

  The art room is collecting plastic bottle caps, all colors and sizes, to use for our first project of the year.  (Just make sure they are rinsed and clean).  There will be a box in the office as well as outside the art room.  Thanks in advance for your donations!

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Art Inspired by Wayne Thiebaud by Grade K

Wayne Thiebaud created paintings of all types of scrumptious treats.  We started off with delicious torn-paper ice-cream cone collages and ended with colorful gumball machines drawings...  YUM!

Friday, June 9, 2017

Summer Selfies by Grade K

Thanks to Jenny K. at for this great summer end-of-the-year lesson!  Kindergarteners create a "selfie" of themselves somewhere the love to be in the summertime...