Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Kindergarten Turkeys

Terrific Turkeys

The Kindergarten students enjoyed making a turkey collage for the fall season. First, we drew the turkey step-by-step by drawing an oval for the body and a circle for the head. The two shapes were connected to create the neck. Next, we sponge painted using a variety of fall colors. Finally, details were added to the turkey by gluing down a variety of pre-cut shapes. I love that each turkey is unique. 

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

1st Grade: Tepees

Paper Bag Tepees

Students enjoyed learning about Native American Art. 

They were introduced to the following Native American symbols:

Each student decorated a paper bag with a variety of Native American symbols. They loved to tell a story through art. They also enjoyed acting out the meaning of each symbol. Mr. Giannetto helped each student assemble their tepee by cutting out a doorway and tying off the "sticks".

For more information please follow me on Instagram

Like me on Facebook

Artists of the Month

Congratulations to the November Artists of the Month! 

I'm very proud of your work.

1st Grade Owls/Kindergarten Pumpkin Patch/Kindergarten Giraffes