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Kindergarten students create a song about the cracks in clay. Kindergartners created pinch pots. First grade created symmetrical butterflies. Second grade create draped bowls and third grader made clay masks. Clay vocabulary: Slip and score, kiln, fire, slab and glaze.
Kindergarten learned about penguins with Mrs. Hallett. In art, they made a chemical reaction using salt and watercolors. The salt absorbed the water and left the pigment behind. This technique helped create the snowy looking sky. Kindergarten students also learned … Continue reading
Third grade masks out of recycled materials for Purim.
In language arts, Ms. Lewis read a variety of stories about Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The emphasis was on the concept small, medium and large. Students were given recycled materials and copies of the three bears. Students had to … Continue reading
First graders learned about butterflies. In art, first graders were introduced to the math concept, symmetry. They created butterflies by putting paint on one side of paper, folding it in half and pressing down. When the paper was open, the … Continue reading
Norman Rockwell was a fan of Jackson Pollock’s art. He admired his art so much that he created a painting of himself looking at a Jackson Pollack piece named “The Connoisseur”. Kindergartners recreated this famous painting. They made a mini … Continue reading