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New Year, New Look!
This year we are bringing more positivity into GES! We have been working hard all summer to spread positive messages throughout the school, and here is one part of that: bathroom stalls. Thank you so much to everyone who helped out and everyone who voluntee...
New Year, New Look!
New Year, New Look!
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Lizards in the Jungle
These paper sculpture lizards were a favorite for 3rd grade. I feel like 3rd grade is getting all of the awesome projects this year? Good for them. ^_^ We looked at many of Henri Rousseau's jungle artworks and discussed what kind of animals live in the jung...
Lizards in the Jungle
Lizards in the Jungle
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In the Art room: Jungle
Here are some pictures from our Jungle room transformation for our study of Henri Rousseau. Streamers across the room with paper leaves stapled on. Our plants that have been growing in the windows all year came over to the tables.  Beret and French flag our...
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Faith Ringgold Mural
1st grade viewed the quilt artworks of Faith Ringgold. We reviewed symmetry and introduced radial symmetry. Then we worked together to create radial designs that would become quilt squares.  I used their squares as the edge of a giant quilt mural, basically...
Faith Ringgold Mural
Faith Ringgold Mural
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The Highwaymen
5th grade learned about the Highwaymen, a group of artists in Florida during the 1950s who sold their artwork by the highways. Their oil paintings of landscapes are very popular now and can be found all over the country. I learned about the highwaymen durin...
The Highwaymen
The Highwaymen
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Tar Beach Collage
2nd grade viewed Tar Beach  by Faith Ringgold. We drew and painted a cityscape inspired by the city skylines in her work. Then we attached the painting to a larger paper. After that, we added squares of fabric and patterned papers. They are awesome!
Tar Beach Collage
Tar Beach Collage
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Complementary Kusama Collages
This easy 2nd grade project was a great refresher in color theory while learning about the unique works of Yayoi Kusama. We started by drawing a pumpkin on a colored piece of paper. Then we added dots to match Kusama's style. Next we cut out the pumpkin and...
Complementary Kusama Collages
Complementary Kusama Collages
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Kusama Pumpkins Sculptures
Ok, official favorite project of the year so far! And a super simple process!  We used Neon Model Magic clay by Crayola. Each student got a piece that was about a handful. We made a "pancake" shape first, then wrapped that around a ball of tissue to give it...
Kusama Pumpkins Sculptures
Kusama Pumpkins Sculptures
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Andy Warhol's Cats
3rd grade loved learning about Andy's cats and exploring his early illustrations. This was a simple lesson. I found a few "How to Draw Cats" pages online. You can find links to the How-To's under each cat image.  Original by Andy Warhol We drew all 3 togeth...
Andy Warhol's Cats
Andy Warhol's Cats
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