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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Color Wheel Study

Students at all levels are studying various aspects of the color wheel. 
Grade 2 is focused on complementary colors and is making color wheel pizzas:

Third graders are studying tertiary colors and making color wheel umbrellas:

Family STEAM Night 2016

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Monday, January 18, 2016

FREE CHOICE: Radial Symmetry

After studying radial symmetry, students used their free choice time 
to explore the concept in other media:

Kindergarten Shape Scarecrows

Kindergarteners studied shapes and lines and used them to create these imaginative scarecrows:

Fourth Grade Birch Trees

Students are studying space in a work of art, more specifically atmospheric and two-point perspective. They painting winter birch trees using these techniques:

First Grade Winter Trees

First graders studied warm and cool colors and created winter trees:

Fifth Grade Rope Baskets

Fifth grade students spent their unit on pattern learning how to create Navajo rope baskets:

Kindergarten Color Study

Kindergarteners have started a unit on color. They are currently studying the primary colors: red, yellow, and blue.

First, they studied the work of Piet Mondrian and made winter hats in his style:

Next, students used the primary colors to draw winter pictures of cardinals: