Author Archives: shana.gutterman
Its clay week! Kindergarteners are learning how to make a pinch pot by making their hands quack like a duck! First graders taught me about butterflies and made beautiful butterfly sculptures! Second graders are creating a plate for apples … Continue reading
Fourth and fifth graders are the illustrators for Mike Fisher’s book of poems. They were each assigned a poem and drew their interpretation of the poem. They used makers and paint to color the illustrations. They skyped with Mike Fisher … Continue reading
Second graders know a lot about Japan! Cherry Blossoms are the national flower of Japan! Japan has a lot of interesting art that includes sumi-e painting, gyotaku (fish printing) and calligraphy. Japan gave the USA Cherry Blossoms and Washington DC … Continue reading
Kindergartners learned what a landscape is and the terms foreground, middle ground and background. They use a liquid tempera paint and markers to create a masterpiece!