Preschoolers are experimenting with different art tools and materials. We learned how to create lines and shapes from masking tape, crayons, markers, stencils and rulers.
Kindergarten students are learning that artists are inspired by the weather. We took advantage of the recent show to create these winter collages.
First Grade students created a cityscape collage with tall skyscrapers, a road, and cars. They used paint, paper, scissors and glue.
Second Grade students are creating clay owl sculptures. This picture shows the owls after they were glazed but before they were fired in the kiln. The kiln will make the glaze shiny and glass-like.
Third Graders created a treasure map. Each map has an imaginary land, a compass, a key, a distance scale, a treasure, names for places and symbols. They used real ink and ink pens and created "burnt" looking edges.
Fourth Graders are creating clay coil pots. This picture shows the coil pots while they are drying. After they are dry, they will be fired in the kiln and glazed.