First Grade: Paul Cezanne’s Apples

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Kindergarten: Self-Portraits

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Fourth Grade: Amedeo Modigliani

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Pre-K Piet Mondrian

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Fifth Grade: 3/4 Self-Portrait

Thank you for Tricia Fuglestad for the great lesson!

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Kindergarten: Self-Portrait

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First Grade: Color Poetry

In language arts, first grade read a book entitled “Hailstones and Halibut Bones” by Mary O’Neill.  It contains works of poetry about the colors of the spectrum. Students chose a color and wrote sensory poems.  They described how the color sounds, smells, tastes, looks, and feels.

In visual arts, first grade learned about the color wheel, tints and shades. A tint is when white is added to a color. A shade is when black is added to a color. They mixed paint to create tints and shades and created a background for their poems.

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Tinkercad Keychain Tutorial

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Third Grade- Op Art

Op Art is the art of optical illusions. Third graders used lines to and shapes to create an optical illusion of a circle. The illustration was colored with an ABAB pattern.

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Middle School

Middles school students learned cross-hatching techniques to create this illustration of ribbons

Lesson from http://www.juliannakunstler.com/art1_ribbon.html#.WRXhVxPyvOQ

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