We create Pigeon artworks and added our ouwn speeach bubbles saying “Don’t let the pigeon…” To bgein with we read 2 of the Pigeon books and then the student began to put the pigeon together. While they dried we read more pigeon books and then went back to add the marker detail later. This project … More Don’t Let the Pigeon…
We recently started clubs at my school. Once a month on the last Friday we get together and meet as a club. I run the art journal club where we have made a journal from a manila envelop and added scrapbook paper for a cover. The cover also has a button for detial and velcro … More Art Journal Club
I made the decision to teach my Preschool and Kindergarten Students how to mix colors, create a rainbow and a color wheel. This was extremely difficult but with several books as refrence, colored fizzy soaps and very excited students we were able to make it happen. I took a poll on how students thought colors … More Rainbow and Color Mixing Lesson
This is a bullentin I created to help my students study their color schemes while they waited in line for lunch and recess. This is outside my door in the hallway and it features watercolor paintings I created. The labels are created with card stock and the black is glued behind and overtop of the … More Color Theory Interactive Bulletin Board
These are watercolor paintings I created for a family member and I had so much fun using the masking fluid I thought I’d post it here so maybe you could try it too…if you don’t have masking fluid you can use rubber cement too! Watercolor cat part 1 Watercolor cat part 2
Feel like flying? Create these fun feathers with your students and then build your own photo background. We painted paper using a blue value scale, going from light blue to dark blue. Then we used white colored pencil, white pen or sharpie to draw zentangle designs over the painting. Finally we cut them out and … More How high can you soar?
My younger students worked on writing about what was important to them. I asked them, “What is your pot of gold? What is important to you?” Most of them answered, “My Mom”…que adorable music and smiling faces 🙂 The older students worked on creating celtic knots but my phone ran out of battery ebfore I … More St. Patricks Day Activities
We held a Community Luncheon, Art show and Musical preformance on April 2nd. Over 200 people came and enjoyed the show, food and music. We had a blast!
Students will be creating several different Easter/Spring projects before they go on Spring Break. To add to their project the students will also be writing stories that contain a main character chick or bunny that has to solve a problem while on an adventure. The following our the videos I made for the classes to … More Easter Projects