Ms. Luna is Missing!

Yesterday I was out attending a workshop, and had the sub read the book Miss Nelson is Missing to the kids, and then they had to draw their guesses as to where I was. The results were awesome!

Ms. Luna is Missing!

I think my teacher is selling her art work.

Ms. Luna is Missing!

I think my teacher is home.

Ms. Luna is Missing!

I think my teacher is in New York right now. (Think that may be me with the statue of liberty? possibly to the left is the Spoon Bridge and Cherry?)

Ms. Luna is Missing!

My teacher is at the zoo right now.

Ms. Luna is Missing!

My teacher is painting right now.

Ms. Luna is Missing! Ms. Luna is Missing! Ms. Luna is Missing! Ms. Luna is Missing! Ms. Luna is Missing!

 

So cute! Loved this!

 

Ms. Luna's signature

Keith Haring Sculpture

Remember when art club members were drawing each other? Well, here’s what they were working on!   The Club members were grouped at different tables in collaborative groups each with a different part of the sculpture, and drew their figures in the style of artist Keith Haring. Check out his work here.   Once they … Continue reading

Book Character Dress Up Day

There can only be one Mrs. Frizzle, but I was Mrs. Frizzle of the art room! Of course with my hand painted Starry Night shoes to match the painting on my dress! We had such a great day today!

Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

This Mexican Holiday is the day after Halloween and a common misconception is that it’s just the Mexican version. Art Club learned that this day is celebrated to honor those loved ones who have passed away. In Catholic religion it is called All Souls Day. Large parties are held, parades, and gifts are left for … Continue reading

“Pop”ping Rodeo Art Animals

Since we had just finished the Mola’s, the third graders were well versed in negative space, which them helped them draw from observation of the photos of farm animals I had provided for them. So on a small piece of paper, they drew, and drew, and drew. The were instructed to draw what they saw … Continue reading

2nd’s Native American Sunset

For the second grade’s Rodeo Art project, we worked on drawing Native Americans facing away from the viewer and toward the sunrise/set. This lesson was chock full of math vocabulary! We started each design by drawing a horizontal line, which they were asked every time we began a new row. What do we start our … Continue reading

Math Filled 1sties Native American Vessels

1st grades’ Rodeo Art project is so exciting because of all the vocabulary they are using! They first used templates I cut out from poster board to trace around the three different sized vessels with a pencil. Then they went back and erased the lines that were overlapping, to give the illusion of one vessel … Continue reading

4th Grade Rodeo Roosters

One thing I learned from last year was, when introducing students to a new media, it may be wise to let them try it out first and see what it can do, before working on a major project. Live and learn…   Found these awesome chalk pastel technique worksheets here, and found out that this … Continue reading

Artist’s Expo

Seven professional artists graced our school all day presenting to all of the kids grades k-5! They are now the inaugural group for an event that will now be ANNUAL!!! So excited!!! We had John Delafield, a potter.     Anat Ronen, a chalk artist and muralist. Terry Fromm, metalsmith and jewelry maker. Beverley Clayton, … Continue reading

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