First grade students enjoyed creating a spring tree collage. Supplies including construction paper, tissue paper, yarn, felt, and raffia were all used to create the collage. The students cut various sized rectangles to form a tree and circle and triangle shapes to form the baby birds.
The students enjoyed viewing real nests as a project preview.
First, the students drew a circle and a triangle and painted them yellow. These shapes represent the chick's head and body. Next, the shapes we're cut out and glued to blue paper. Eggshells and other details were added to create the adorable chick hatching from an egg. Finally, tissue paper grass and ripped paper rain were added to create a spring environment.
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Miss Nisnick's class created a wonderful sea life project.
First, the students made a fish using Crayola Model Magic Clay. The fish was painted to appear realistic. Next, the top portion of the canvas board was painted blue to represent water while ripped paper was glued to the bottom portion to represent sand. Details were painted such as coral and seaweed. Finally, a wooden starfish was added and the clay fish was glued to the canvas board.
The second grade students spent a lot of time creating detailed dragons. This project combined art and math. The students cut pieces of construction paper to create a symmetrical dragon. Also, a ruler was used to measure the various peices of yarn used in the project.
Kindergarten students had a great time creating prehistoric art. First, they drew the dinosaur's body using different geometric shapes. Next, they painted the dinosaur with watercolor paints. Then, details were added such as dinosaur legs and plates. Finally, grass, a sun, and an erupting volcano were created.