Category Archives: Preschool

Preschool: Yayoi Kusama

  Preschoolers watched a video about artist Yayoi Kusama. She had the audience dot the interior of her exhibit. Preschoolers dotted the art room!

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Kindergartner Explains How a 3D Printer Works

 

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Preschool Art

Click The Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool, Giverny to see the painting in Google Art Project. 

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Pre-K

Pre-K students learned about facial expressions. They created four self-portraits using markers, glue and colored paper. Find the happy face! Find the sad face! Find the surprised face! Find the deep thought face!

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Pre-K and Kindergarten

Preschoolers and kindergarteners learned about primary colors. The artists played color mixing games on  the Smart Board and mixed yellow, blue and red clay. They were so excited to see the results when the primary colors were mixed! Red + Blue= Purple Yellow + Red= Orange Blue + Yellow= Green … Continue reading

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Preschool

Preschoolers read Mr. Seahorse, by Eric Carle., in art class. Its about a daddy seahorse holding its eggs in his pouch. Students mixed blue and white paint to create the ocean and used  yellow and orange to color the seahorse. They created … Continue reading

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Pre-School

3 year olds glued colorful dots to their silhouette to create an original piece of art!

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Pre-School

Preschoolers learned about artist, Piet Mondrian. They created a collage that included  squares, rectangles and the colors red, blue and yellow. They played a Piet Mondrian inspired game on the Smart Board. This game can be found at http://www.stephen.com/mondrimat/    

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